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Full text of "The Boston Academy's Collection of church music : consisting of the most popular psalm and hymn tunes, anthems, sentences, chants, &c., old and new : together with many beautiful pieces, tunes and anthems, selected from the masses and other works of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven ... [et al.] arranged and adapted to English words expressly for this work : including also original compositions by German, English and American authors"

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BOSTO]\ ACADEMY'S 



COIiLECTIO]^ OF CHURCH MUSIC: 

CONSISTING OF THE MOST POPULAR 

PSAL.M ANDHYMIV TUNES, A IV THE MS, SEIVTEIVCES, CHANTS, &c 

©Itr antr Neto; 

TOGETHER WITH MANY BEAUTIFtIL PIECES, TUNES AND ANTHEMS, SELECTED FROM THE MASSES AND OTHER WORKS OF 

Haydii, Iflozarf, Beethoven, Pergolesi, ISi^liiiii, Cherubini, Romberg, ^Vintcr, Weber, IVageli, 

Kiibler, ajid other distinguished composers, nrrang;ed and adapted to 

English words expressly lor this work : 

INCLUDING, ALSO, ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS BY GERMAN, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN AUTHORS. 



PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE BOSTON ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 






FIFTH EDITION. 



BOSTON: 



PUBLISHED BY J. U. WILKINS AND Jl. B. CARTER, 

No. 17, Watkk Stkekt. 



1837. 



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5. The sea is his,A 
7. For he is the - 



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God. 



Let us heartily rejoiceA i 
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And his hands pre- - - 
And we are the people of 



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with thanks- 



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MORNING CHANT. 



PREFACE 

Venite, Exultemus Domino. 



DR. RANDALL. 



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1. O come let us sing im to the 

3. For the Lord'^ is a - - - •• - - great . . 

5. The sea is his,/^ and ------ he made 

7. For he is the Lord our 



Lord. 
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God. 



Let us heartily rejoice'^ in the 

And a great 

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strength of 
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■pared the 
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vation. 
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land, 
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2. Let us come before his presence^ 
4. In his haudsA are all the corners 

6. O Come, let us worshipA and - 

8. O worship theLord^ in thebeauty 

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And show ourselves - - - . 
And the strength of the - - - 

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And with righteousness to judge 
the worlds and the - - - 



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Our Father who art in Heaven, hallowed i be thy name : Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven 




Give us this day — our dai - ly bread j j ?ind forgive us our sins, as we forgive 
' them that sin a - - - - - gainst 



4nd lead us not %nto temptation, but 
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ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 5 

KoTF. The teacher cannot be too strict in requiring the pupils to beat time. Experience 1] What are those portions of time called, into which music is divided ? & 10. 
proves that it lies at the very foundation of correct performance. If this ir neglected, all sub- 1| txrt . • - . - 



CHANT. 



84th Psalm. 



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willing to attend ? Au. Time. 



luaii/ uu- II Bouna. jLxercise. i ne note representing a whole sound is made thus, O 
II and is called a whole note. (Semibreve.) 



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ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



e the example. 



§ *24r- -^ sound that continues as long as two quarters is called a 
half sound. Exercise. 

The note representing a half sound is made thus ^ and is called a 
half note. (Minim.) ' 

§ 25- -^ sound that continues as long as three quarters is called 
three-quarters. Exercise. The note representing this sound is a dotted 
half, thus: p* 

Note. Dotting a note adds one half to its length. 

^ 26- Beat, and sing to each part of the measure, or to each beat, 
two sounds. Exercise. 

We now sing eighths; the note representing an eighth sound is made 
thus I* and is called an eighth note. (Quaver.) 

§ 2T- Beat, and sing to each part of the measure, four sounds. 
Exercise. We now sing Sixteenths; the note representing a sixteenth I 
made thus • and is called a Sixteenth. (Semiquaver.) 

^28- "^he teacher may now exhibit all the notes at one view, showing 
their relative length, thus: ^ 

r r r r 

ts tf ZJ tf 

0000 0000 0000 0090 

±t3 Eti tfe Es 

§ 29- 'f'hii'tyseconds (Demisemiquavers) • may also be exhibited, 
but it is not necessary to exercise on them. |^ 
i^ 

§ 30- Sometimes three notes are sung to one part of a measure, or in 
the usual time of two notes of the same kind. When this is,done the 
figure 3 is placed over or under them thus, m \ m ar ^m^^ *°*^ 
they are called triplets. Exercise on Triplets ^ \ \ 3 



QUESTIONS. 
By what characters do we represent the length of sounds? 
How many kinds of notes are there in common use? Ans. Five. 
What kind of a note is this o ? (writing the note on the board.) 
What kind of a note is this p ? this P '>. this • ? this * ? this •? 
this p ? (64) ^ b S 

The teacher will question, also, as to the comparative lengdi of notes. 

When three notes are sung to one part of the measure, what are they 
;alled.' How marked? 

CHAPTER IV. 

VARIETIES OF MEASURE. 

§ 31- There are different varieties of Double, Triple, Quadruple 
and Sextuple time, obtained by the use of different notes on each part of 
the measure. Each variety of time is designated by figures, expressive 
of the contents of a measure, placed at the beginning of a piece of music. 

§ 32- If the parts of quadruple measure are expressed by <i%w,ritrt, 
the measure is called four-fodr measure, and is thus marked : 

t TT TT\TTTT 

Note. The characters -^ or -^ are often used to denote quadruple and double meaiare. 
It is, however, recommended to discard the use of them, and substitute numerals in all cases. 

§ 33- If the parts of quadruple measure are expressed by halves, 
the measure is called foor-two measure, and is thus marked : 

§ 34:- Iq the same manner let the teacher illustrate all the varietiee 
of measure in common use, as in the following examples : 

Double Measure. Triple Measure. Sextuple Measure. 

ir r \r rwir rrir r riitrrrrrr 

SPf^lPPIIiPPPlPPf^llSlJCCuCC 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



§ 35- Rhythmical lessons may now, or at an earlier period, at the 
diacretion of the teacher, be written upon the board and sung, first by the 
teacher, and afterwards by the scholars. Both teacher and scholars should 
always beat the time, and also describe the motions, when not engaged in 
singing; but thescholars should never sing with the teacher, northe teacher 
with the scholars. When the teacher sings, the pupils should listen, (al- 
ways beating,) and when the pupils sing, the teacher should listen. 



EXAMPLES. 

trrrri rrr\ rr 
irrri prir pi r 

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LL1SIJLJLI\ P 

§ 36 DilFerent kinds of notes may also occur in the same measure, 
as m the I'ollowing examples. 






pii 



'irrrir^r^i pri p-ii- 

QUESTIONS. 

How ar; different varieties of measure obtained .' § 31. 

By what do we designate the different varieties of measure? Ans. By 
figures. "vV hat do the figures placed at the beginning of a piece of 
music ex[>;!iss? Ans. The contents of each measure. 

Teacher writes difTerent varieties of measure, in Ihe different kinds of time, and requires the 
pupils to 8a;f v/hat figures ho shall place at ""^ -<----u 



CHAPTER V 

KEsrs. 

§ 3T' ^^^ •"''^ often required iir music to count or beat cerlam parts 
of a measure, or a whole measure, or any number of measures in silence. 
This is called resting, and the sign for it is called a rest. 

§ 3S- Kach note has its corresponding rest, which is of equal length 
with tlie note it represents. 

§ 39- ExAiMPi-E. Whole rest. "" Half rest. ^ Quarter rest, j* 
Eighth rest. •! Sixteenth rest. "^ 



The teaclier exhibits the rests upon the board. 
§ 40- Rhythmical e.vercises with rests. 

QUARTER RESTS. 

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§ 4rl- I'he foregoing a'.e given merely as examples of lessons which 
the teacher should write, and on which the school should exercise. If 
Quarter and, Eighth rests are practically understood, there will be no 
difficulty with whole and half rests. The practise of Sixteenth rests may 
be introduced in a similar manner at a more advanced stage of the course. 

§ 4|.*2- As a general rule, notes, when succeeded by rests, should 
be sung shorter than when succeeded by other notes. 

Note. The teacher mus! labor to impress this upon the pupils. Teach them to fear a reel, 
and always to be prepared to stop short whenever one occurs, so as not to interfere with the 
time which it requires. Singers are very apt to sing over or across the rests, and to pay but 
little attention to them. 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



QUESTIONS. 

What is beating in silence, called? What is that character called 

which requires us to beat in silence. How many itinds of rests are there 

in common use.' Are those notes which are succeeded by rests, to be 

sung shorter or longer, than in other circumstances.' 

Note. The teacher is referred to the " Manual of the Boston .\cademy of Music" for a 
much more minute detail of the elements of Rhythm : and especially for a systematic Rhyth- 
Hiical classification of notes, or an exhibition of piimitive and derived rhythmical relations ; 
which, although not absolutely necessary, is of great advantage, provided the time aiid circum- 
t<!ances of a school v.iil permit its introduction. 



CHAPTER VI. 
PART II. MELODY. 

THE SCALE. 

§ 43- Musical sounds may be high or low. Hence the necessity 
of that department in music called Melody, which treats of the pitch of 
sounds. 

§ 4r4:- -^^ ^^^ foundation of Melody lies a certain series of eight 
sounds, which is called the scale. 

§ ^tS- The scale may be represented by the following notes: thus 



^f 



The teacher should w 

§46- These 



ite the above on the board. 

ands of the scale are known, or designated by numer- 



thus we speak of the musical sound, one, two, three. Sic. 

The teacher should point to the written scale by way of illustration. 

§ 4r*T- The teacher says-: Listen to a sound which I will give you, 
and which we will consider as 07ie. 

He then sinps the sylluble la (lah— a ns in father) on C, on the added line below, 
Treble staff, or second space, Base, {omitting tc ci£t:r.gu;sL between male and female voices^ 
and requires the pupils to imitate. 

§ 48- The teacher now sinj 
quires the pupils to do the same. 



e, two, to the syllable la, and re- 



Thus he goes through the whole scale, singing always to the syllable ui, and continuing until 
the great majority can sing both the ascending and descendmg scale, correctly. A few will 
always be found, perhaps 5 or 10 in 100, who cannot without extra labor and attention, be 
made to get the right sounds. These cannot go on with the class profitably to themselves, or 
to the others. By extra exertion, however, almost all these may learn to sing, but they should 
at present merely listen to the otheis, and if possible practise in a separate class. 

QUESTIONS. 

What is the second distinction made in musical sounds? What is that 
department called which is founded upon this distinction? Of what does 
Melody treat? What is that series of sounds called which lies at the 
foundation of Melody? How many sounds are there in the scale? How 
do we designate or speak of the sounds of the scale? Ans. By numerals. 

'"' ■ ' ■ " ■ -'^- different notes written on the board and ask ; Which 



CHAPTER. VII. 

STAFF, SYLLABLES, CLEFS, LETTERS, INTERVALS. 

& 4r9- The scale is written on horizontal lines, and on the spaces 
between those lines. Five lines are commonly used for this purpose, 
which together with the spaces are called a staff. 



§ 50- Each line and space of the staff is called a degree; thus the 
staff contains nine degrees, five lines and four spaces. 

§ ril If more than nine degrees are wanted, the spaces below or 
above the staff, are used; also additional lines, called added lines. 

EXAMPLE. 

Added line above. 

Space above. 



Added line below. 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



§ 52- The sound One we will now write upon the first added line| 
below the staff, Two upon the space below, Three upon the first line, and 

so on. EXAMPLE. 





























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7 


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TJie pupils are now required to sing tlie scale, ascending and descending, to the syllable la, 
the teacher pointing to the notes on the stiff. 

Note. Those teachers who prefer only four syllables in Solmization will omit § 53 and 
to § 64. We cannot, however, omit to recommend the use of seven syllables, as at & 5 
being jdtogether preferable to the use of four, as at J 54. In the use of seven syllables, .... 
assocration between the syllables and sounds becomes much stronger, and the pupil advances 
more rapidly in the practical knowledge of the scale. 

§ 53- I" singing, certain syllables are applied to each of the differ- 
ent sounds of the scale. To one is applied the syllable do, (pronounced 
doe;) to hvo, re, (ray;) to three, mi, (mee;) to four, fa, (fah, a as in 
father;) to Jive, sol, (sole;) to six, la, (lah, a as in father;) to seven, si, 
(see;) and to eight, do, again. 

The scale is now sung ascending and descending with la, and also with the appropriate syl- 
lables. 

Note. Those teachers who use seven syllables in solmization will omit section 54 and pass 
to section 55. 

§ 54:- In singing we apply certain syllables to the sounds of the scale, 
as follows. To one, we apply the syllable fa, (pronounced fah, a as in 
father;) to itoo, sol, (sole;) to three, la, (lah, o as in father;) to /owr, fa; 
to jive, sol; to six, la; to seven, mi, (mee;') and to eight, fa, again. 

'I'he scale is now sung both up and down with Ut, and also with the appropriate syllables. 

§ 55- ^6 have written the sound One upon the added line below, 
but it is often placed upon the second space. The whole scale is then 
written thus. 



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PHctise as before. 

% 36- "^^^ sounds of the scale arc also named from the first seven 
letters of the alphabet, viz: A, B, C, D, E, F and G. [b. a. c— 21 



§ 5T- When the scale is written as in the first example above, a 
character called the Treble Clef is used at the beginning of the staff. 
This is also called the G Clef, and fixes G upon the second line of the staff. 

When the scale is written as in the second example above, a character 
called the Base Clef is used at the beginning of the staff. This is also 
called the F Clef, and fixes F upon the fourth line of the staff. 

EXAMPLK or THE CLEFS. 



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Note. It is not necessary here to point out the different uses of the Clefs. It ia BufHcient 
that all the pupils are taunht to sing from both. 

§ 58- The distance, or step from any one sound in the scale to 
another, is called an interval 

5 50- I" *he regular ascending and descending scale, there are two 
KJnda of intervals, viz: whole tone.s and half tone.s. 

§ 60- From one to two, and from two to three are whole tones; from 
three to four is a halftone; from four to five, from five to six, and from 
six to seven are whole tones, and from seven to eight is a halftone. Thus 
there are 5 whole tones, and 2 semitones in the scale. 

Note, It is very important thai the pupils should become thoroughly acquainted with the 
scale, its numeral8,-letters, syllables, and intervals, before proceeding any further. 

QUESTIONS. 

What are those lines and spaces called, on which the scale is written? 

The teacher points and asks: Which line is this? Which space is this? 
Stc.What is each line and space of the staff called? How many degrees does 
the staff contain? When more than nine degrees are wanted, what is used? 

The teacher should now write the scale upon the board, both in the 
Treble and in the Base Clef, and point as lie asks the following or similar 
questions: To which sound of the scale do I now point? The answer 
should be given by numerals. What syllable is applied to One? to Two? 
&.C. What letter is One? Two? &.C Whai syllable is C? D? &c. What 



10 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



num-eral is Do? Re? &c. What numeral is C? D? &c. What is the 
distance from anyone sound of the scale to another called? Ans. 
Interval. How many kinds of intervals are there in the scale ? What are 
they called? How many whole tones? How many half tones? What 
is the interval from 1 to 2? from 2 to 3? from 3 to 4? Stc 

CHAPTER Vni. 

OF THE DIFFEREXT SOUNDS OF THE SCALE. 

§ 61- Having become familiar with the scale in its regular progres- 
sion, we must now learn to strike each sound separately, or in connexion 
with any other sound. In order to do this, we must pay attention to each 
particular sound. We commence with three in connexion with one. 

§ 62- THREE. The pupils sing by syllables 1, 2, 3, and repeat 
three several times. After which the teacher should write lessons like 
the following, and require the whole to sing them. 



^^^^^^^^^ 



§ 63- FIVE. The pupils sing 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 — repeat 5. Sing 1 3 5, 
163, 3 15, 3 5 1, 5 13, 5 3 1, &.c. The teacher sings similar succes- 
sions to the syllable la; the pupils determine what they are, and answer 
by numerals. 
The teacher writes lessons like the following : 



§ 64- EIGHT. Sing the scale and prolong 8. Sing 1, 3, 5, 8. 
these four sounds in the following order, 

of: 3158 5138 8135 

r;5 3185 5183 8153 

;^8 3518 5318 8315 

: ; 3 3 5 8 1 5 3 8 1 8 3 5 1 

3 o 3815 5813 8513 

5 3 3851 5 8 31 8531 

The Teaclif r v.ntes examples with 1 3 o 8 i;. < r.e and two parts. 



Sing 



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In singing the above and similnr lessons, let the male and female voices be formed into sep- 
rate cUisses, and sing each of the purls alternately. 

§65- SEVEN. Sing the scale and prolong 7. Seven naturally leads 
to 8, or after 7 we naturally expect to hear 8. It is perfectly easy to 
sing 7 in connexion with 8, or immediately succeeding to 8. In order, 
therefore, to strike 7 correctly, and separately, we must think of 8. This 
will serve as a guide to 7. 

§ 66- 1'he teacher gives out similar lessons to the following: 5878, 
387^, 1878, 1387,3587, 1587, 1 87, 387, 587,&c. Also,17, 37, 57,&c 

Lessons like the following may be \vritten and sung in one or two parts. 






OT- FOUR. Sing the scale and dwell on 4. Four naturally leads 
to 3, as 7 does to 8. Three, therefore, is the guide to 4. 

68- The Teacher gives out: 1 34, 534, 834, &.c. also 14, 54, 84, &c. 



^^^^^^^^^^^fff^^ :^^ 



§ 69- TWO. One or three will either of them guide to two. 



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ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



11 



§ "YQ. SIX. Sing the scale and prolong 6. Five will guide to Six. 



^fel^ig^^^ 



Note. The teacher will spend more or less time upon the foregoing chap, according to 
circumstances. It is however quite important; and if sufficient time be spent upon these ex- 
ercises, the easier will all tliat follows he aciiuired. 

QUESTIONS. 
When we have learnt the scale in its regular progression, and when we 
desire to learn each sound separately, with what do we commence in con- 
nexion with One.' Art's. Three. Sing One. Sing Three. What sound 
do we take after One and Three.' A)i3. Five. Sing One. Sing Three. 
Sing Five. What sound do we take next. Am. Eight. (Sing as before.) 
What sound do we take after Eight? Am Seven. What is the distance 
from Seven to Eight? To what does seven naturally lead — or what does 
the ear naturally expect after Seven? Am. Plight. If we would strike 
Seven correctly, what must we think of as a guide to it? Am. Eight. 
(Practise.) After 1, 3, 5, 8, and 7, what sound do we take? Am. Four. 
To what does Four naturally lead? Am. Three. What is the distance 
from Three to Four? What is the guide to Four? (Practise.) After 
Four what sound do we take? Am. Two. (Question and practise.) 
After Two what sound, Stc. Am. Six. (Question and practise.) 

Note. The teacher is referred to the " Manual of Instruction " for a much more particular 
detail of the subject of tliis chapter. 

CHAPTER IX. 

EXTENSION OP THE SCALE AND CLASSIKiC.tTlON Of THE DirFERENT KINDS OP VOICE. 

§ Tl- ^6 have thus far become acquainted with the scale of eight 
sounds; but, generally, every one has a greater compass of voice than 
IS required to sing the scale, and can extend it upwards above 8; or 
downwards, below 1. 

§ 72- When we sing above eight, we consider eight as One of a 
new scale, above; and when we sing below One, we consider One as 
Eight of a new scale, below. 



I T3- Example of the scale extended above and below. 



The above example should be written upon the board, and the pupils should be rpouired to 
exercise on the upper and lower in connexion willi Ihe middle scale. For a more full iexplana- 
tion of this subject, and also for examples, see ' Manual.' 

QUESTIONS. 

When we sing higher than the scale, what do we consider Eight? 
When we sing lower than the scale, wJtat do we consider One? What 
letter is applied to One of the upper scale? To Two? Stc. What syl- 
lable? So also question with respect to the lower scale. 

§ T4:- '^^^ human voice is naturally divided into four classes, viz. 
lowest male voices, or base; highest male voices, or tknor; lowest 
female voices, or alto; highest female voices, or treble. Boys before 
their voices cliange also sing the alto. 

The teacher may now exhibit, as in the following example, the whole compass of the human 
voice : point out the difterence between Base, Tenor, Alto and Treble, and class the school 
according to these distinctions. 

EXAMPLE. 



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ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 




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§ '75. Practise the foregoing exampl e as follows. The Base com- 



mence with G, the lowest sound ; at _ 



I they are joined by the Tenor, 



and both proceed together to Here the alto unite and the three parts 

to 2^___. 



sing together 



On this note the base stops and the treble 



begins. The treble, alto and tenor go on to f(h-^- , when the tenor 
stops; the tieble and alto go on to J' »g' - Here the alto stops, and 

the treble goes on alone. In descending let the several parts unite on that 
note na which they stopped in ascending, and stop on that note on which 
they ommenced in ascending. 

^ "f 0- The Treble or G Clef is commonly used for Tenor and Alto; 
hut wi.en used for Tenor it always denotes G an octave, or eight notes 
lower than when used for Tieble. 

* As a eeneral rule all those mpn who can sing this note in a cZear, and soft voice, and 
TproloT., d for some time, may bo rl.isscd with the Tenor. If they cannot do thia well they 



i 



The same sound, or unison: viz. middle C, is here represented by tne 
Tenor Clef on the third space, and by the Treble Glef on the first added 
line below. 

§ '77 • The teacher should here explain the difference between the 
male and female voices, showing that the latter naturally sing an octave 
higher than the former. In order to prove this, let him give out the middle 



C, as a pitch, viz. ( 



'_ and require the Female voices to imitate him. 



They will, in almost all cases, sing an octave higher, viz. f/ T) unless 

they have been already taught to distinguish between the two. To make 
it evident to them, that they do sing an octave higher, the teacher should 



'. while he, beginning with 



require them to dwell upon the sound 

-<g - ' km; 

V^ sings the whole scale, ascending. When he has done this, they 

will perceive that he now sings the same sound with them, or that his 
voice is in unison with theirs. It is important that this distinction should 
be clearly and practically understood. 
See " Manual." Appendix for the teacher, chap. 37. 

QUESTIONS. 
Into how many classes is the human voice naturally divided ? What are 
the lowest male voices called? Highest? What are the lowest female 
voices called? Highest? What part do boys sing? Which Clef is used 
for Tenor and Alto? Whenjhe Treble Clef is used for Tenor, does it 
sifnifv G an octave higher or lower, than when used for Treble? What 
is the natural difference, or interval, between male and female voi(»«s? 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



13 



CHAPTER X. 

CHROMATIC SCALE. 

^ "yj^. Let the Teacher write the scale on the board, and review 
what was said in chap. 7, by asking questions similar to those found at 
the enu of that chapter. 

In writing the scale, leave room between the whole tone intervals for 
inserting the semitones. 



§ '79- Between any two sounds, a tone distant from each other, as from 1 
to 2, &c. another sound may be sung. Thus all the whole tones may be divi- 
ded, and a scale be formed of semitones only, called the chromatic scale. 

§ 80- The semitone between any two sounds, a whole tone distant, 
may be obtained, either by elevating the lower of the two, or by depres- 
sing the upper. 

§ 81- In ascending, the semitones are usually obtained by elevation. 
The sign of elevation is made thus #, and is called a sharp. A note thus 
elevated is said to be sharped. 

The teacher may now introduce the sharped notes, so as to present the 
following example. 

Vl^^^o^sj-^ — ^^^ 

§ 82- In descending, the semitones are usually obtained by depres- 
sion. The sign of depression is made thus \), and is called aflat. A note 
thus depressed is said to be flatted. 

Exhibit the following example, in connexion with the other. 



—iSh^G—n r 



§ 83- In speaking of the altered notes (sharped or flatted) by nume- 
rals, we always say, sharp One, sharp Four, flat Six, flat Seven, &c. ; but 
in speaking of them by letters we say, C sharp, D sharp, E flat, B flat, Slc. 

§ g4:- A sharped note naturally leads upwards, or after a sharped 
note the ear naturally expects the next note above it; hence, the note 
above is always the guide to a sharped note. 

§ 85- A flatted note naturally leads downwards; hence, the note 
below is always the guide to a flatted note. 

§ 86- When a note is sharped, the syllable appropriated to it in 
solmization terminates in the vowel sound e — thus Do becomes, when 
sharped, De; Rae becomes Re; Fa, Fe, &c. 

§ 8'7- When a note is flatted, the syllable appropriated to it ter- 
minates in the vowel sound a (as in fate) — thus. Do becomes Da; See, 
Sa; La (lab) Lay, Stc. 

§ 88- When a sharped or flatted note is to be restored to its natural 
sound, the following character ^, called a natural, is placed before it. 
A natural takes away the force of a flat or sharp. 

Note. The exercising of the school upon the chromatic scale must be left to the discretion 



18 very important b or example 
nd remarks, see " Manual of Instruction in the Elements of Vocal N 

If the Instruction has been thorough thus far, the school will now be able to sing all tunes 
n the key of C, whose rhythmical construction is easy, without much aid from the teacher. 

§ 89- I" commencing to sing, as the school may now do, from a 
knowledge of the elementary principles of music, let them at first all sing 

unison, a single part, say the Base, and then the Tenor and Alto, each, 
separately ; afterwards these three parts may be united, and sung together, 
all the female voices singing Alto. It is highly important that all the female 
voices should be exercised much on the Alto; that they may have this 
practise, it is recommended that in the early exorcise of the school, the 
Treble be altogether omitted. When the three parts go well together, a 
part of the female voices may be required to sing the Treble. It is a very 
good plan to divide the Treble into two classes, and sometimes require one 
and sometimes the other, to sing the Alto. Experience proves that if the 
nes of female voices are cultivated and brought out, there is no difli- 
culty in the exercise of the hi<rher tones, afterward. The best female 
singers always Hke to sing Second or Alto. The careless and indolent 
are usually unwilling to sing this part. 



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ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



§ 90- -^^ *^^ pupils now begin to sing from a knowledge of the ele- 
mentary principles of music, it is considered highly hnportant that the 
teacher should not sing with them, or lead them on by the mere power of 
his own voice. Let the school sing without his aid, and while they sing, 
let him always beat and describe the time. If a difficult passage occurs, 
let the pupils beat and describe the time, while the teacher sings the pas- 
sage as it ought to be sung, over and over again if necessary; but when 
they sing it, let it be without a teacher's voice to lean upon. If they 
can not do this, they have not been properly taught, and must begin again, 
if they ever hope to be set right. 

QUESTIONS 

Which of the intervals of the natural scale (Diatonic) may be divided.' 
>Ans. The whole tones. What is that scale called which is formed 
wholly of Semitones? In how many ways may the semitones be obtain- 
ed.' In ascending how do we obtain the semitones ? What is the sign 
of elevation called.' In descending how are the semitones obtained? 
What is the sign of depression called? Does a sharped note lead up- 
wards or downwards? What note is the guide to a sharped note? What 
is the guide to sharp Four? sharp Two? Stc. Does a flatted note lead 
upwards or downwards? What note is the guide to a flatted note? What 
is the guide to flat Six? flat Three? &c. When a note is sharped, with 
what vowel sound does the syllable applied to it terminate? What syl- 
lable is applied to sharp Four? sharp Si.x? Stc. When a note is flatted, 
with what vowel sound does the syllable appropriated to it terminate? 
What syllable is applied to flat Three? flat Seven? Sec. When a sharped 
or flatted note is to be restored, what character is used? What is the 
use of a natural? 

If the teacher has broueht before tl:e school the subject contained in the latter part of ^ 09, 
in relation to the lower and higher tones of the female voices, he may find it useful to question 
as follows : 

Which tones of the female voice should be first cultivated? Which part 
are the best female singers always willing or desirous to sing? .Ans. Alto. 
Who are they who are unwilling to sing this part? Who in this school are 
unwilling to sing Alto? Those who are unwilling, hold up their hands. 



CHAPTER XI. 

TRANSP0SITI0^ OF THE SCALE. 

§ 91- In all our exercises, hitherto, we have taken C as One of the 
scale, or as the key note, or tonic. When C is thus taken for One, the 
scale is said to be in its natural position, the natural key being that of C 
But any other letter may be taken as One of the scale: and when this is 
done, the scale is said to be transposed. Thus, if D be taken as One, 
the scale is said to be transposed to D, or to be in the key of D; if E be 
taken as One the scale is said to be in E, &.c. 

§ 02- ^^ the tranposition of the scale, cfire must be taken to preserve 
the relative order of the tones and semitones; i. e. from three to four, and 
from seven to eight, must always be semitones, and the rest whole tones, 
whatever may be the key. 

KEY OF G: FIRM- TRANSPOSITION BY SHARPS. 

The teacher writes the scale in C, on the upper staff, on the board, and s.iys : 

§ 93- W® will now transpose the scale to G, or take Five of the C 
scale as One of a new scale. 

He writes the scale, beginning with G, on the lower staff, diroctly under the C scale, and 
then says : 

§ 94- We will now proceed to examine the G scale, and see if the 

semitones are right. 

Note. In order to find out the proper interval from one sound to another, in the scale in any 

key, wo must examine it by numerals: thus, from 1 to 2 must be a whole tone, from 2 to 3 a 

whole tone, from 3 to 4 a half tone. Sec : but in order to ascertain wh.at is the actual interva. 

from one sound to another, we must examine it by letters : thus, from B to D is a wtjole tone,&C 

EXAMINATION. 

Q,ues. What must be the interval from 1 to 2 ? Ans. A tone 
(lues. What is the interval from G to A. Ans. A tone. 

Pomting at the same time to the letters on the C scale. 
Thus we see the first interval is right. 
Q,ites. What must the interval be from 2 to 3? Ans. A tone 
Q«€s. What is the interval from A to B? Ans. A tone. 

Pointing as before. 

Qiies. What must the interval be from 3 to 4? Ans. A semitone. 
Ones. What is the interval from B to C ? Ans. A semitone 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



15 



Ques. What must the interval be, from 4 to or Ans. A tone. 

Ques. What is ihe interval from C to D? Ans. Atone. 

Ques. What must the interval be, from 5 to 6? Ans. Atone. 

Ques. What is the interval from D to E? Ans. A tone. 

Ques. What must the interval be, from 6 to 7.' Am. A tone. 

Ques. What is the interval from E to F? Ans. A semitone? 

The teacher now observes: Since the interval from 6 to 7 must be a 
tone, and since, from E to F, the interval is but half a tone, we must 
sharp F, in order to preserve the proper order of the intervals in the 
scale of G. He writes a sharp before F, and pointing asks, 

Ques. What letter is 7, now? Ans. F sharp. 

Never allow Kk; pupils to say F, for F sharp, or C, for C sharp, &,c. He proceeds : 

Ques. What must be the interval from 7 to 8? Ans. A semitone. 

Ques. What is the interval from F:^: to G? Ans. A semitone. 

§ 05- The teacher observes, In transposing the scale to G, we 
have found one sharp necessary, viz. before F. Instead of writing this 
sharp before every F which may occur in a piece of music in this key, it 
is placed once for all, at the commencement of the piece, on the letter 
altered. It is then called the signature of the key. Thus one sharp, 
or Fj^ is the signature of the key of G. When there is neither flat nor 
sharp in the signature, it is said to be natural: it is then the signature to 
Ihe key of C. 

§ 96 A siiarp or flat in the signature, aflects all the notes on the /cMer 
on which it is placed; not only those which arc written on the same de- 
gree of the staff, but also those which are written an octave higher or lower. 

§ t)T- 1^^'^ scale being now transposed, the numerals and syllables 
applied to it, have all changed their places; but the letters remain as 
before, with the exception that Fj^ is substituted for F. 

§ 08- I'l *^^*^ transposition of the scale from C to G, it is carried a 
jUih /iio7ie»-, or 3i fourth loxver. Thus, ^ fifth above is the same thing as a 
fourth below. 

Explain ...ui ,Uu,tr:Ue. QUESTIONS. 

When the scale is in its natural position, what letter is One? 

Where any other letter than C is taken as One, what is said of the 
scale? Ans. It is transposed. 



In transposing the scale, of what must we be particularly careful? 
Ans. The order of the intervals. 

In transposing the scale to G, what sound is it necessary to alter? 
Ans. Four. What must we do to it? Ans. Sharp it. What does 
the sharp fourth become in the new key? Ans. Seven. 

What is the signature to the key of G ? Ans. F^^^. Why is F^ neces- 
sary in the key of G? Ans. To preserve the relative order of the intervals. 

What is the signature to the key of C. Ans. Natural. 

How much higher is the key of G than that of C? How much lotver 
is the key of G than that of C? 

IVoTE. Tunes in the key of (5, whose rythmical construction is not too difficult, may now be 
introduced and practised as at § 89, ^ 90. 

KEY OF D; SECOND TRANSPOSITION BY SHARPS. 

§ 00- The key of D is examined in connexion with that of G, in the 
same manner as was G with that of C. A new sharp will be found neces- 
sary, viz: on C, which having been found as before, the teacher removes 
it to the signature, and then presents to the school the key of D with two 
sharps. 

Note. The first transposition is so mmutely detailed that it is not supposed to be necessary 
to be particular here ; the teacher will immediately be able to proceed in this ca§e as in that. 
He caanot be too careful to have every thing thoroughly understood. 

QUESTIONS. 

In transposing the scale from G to D, what sound must we alter? Ant. 
Four. What must we do with it? Ans. Sharp it. What does the sharp 
fourth become in the new key? Aris. Seven. What is the signature to 
the key of D? Ans. Two sharps. W^hat letters are sharped? Ans. F 
and C. Why are these sharps necessary in the key of D? Ans. To pre- 
serve the proper order of tones and semitones in the scale. How much 
higher is the key of D than that of G? How much lower? 
Tunes in thfe key of D may now be introduced. 

KEY OF A; THIRD TRANSPOSITION BT SHARPS. 

§ 100- Examine the key of A with that of D; and investigate the 
scale by the same process ai=i before. 
'" estions, af>er the same manner as at § 99. 



16 



ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



§ JQJ. It will be perceived that if the fifth of any key, natural, 
with sliarps in the signature, be taken, as.one of a new key, a new sharp 
must be introduced, viz: on the fourth: which sharp fourth becomes thi 
seventh in the new key. 

KEY OF E; FOURTH TRANSPOSITION BY SHARPS. 

5) 102- Examine the key of E in connexion with that of A? and 
proceed as before. 

Questions after the same manner as at ^ 99. Sing tunes in E. 
§ 103- It ^s not necessary to proceed further in the transposition^ 
of the scale by sharps; as others very seldom occur. 



CHAPTER. XII. 

KEY OF F; FIRST TRANSPOSITION EY FLATS. 

§ XO^- I" the transposition of the scale, we have hitherto always 
taken /iie as one of a new key; we will now takeybur as si*ch. 

§ 10 5- The teacher writes the C scale on the upper staff, and the 
F scale (without the signature) below it, and investigates as before. It 
will be found that from three to four is a whole tone; and a flat must be 
introduced on seven, of the C scale, on B, in order to preserve the 
relative order of tones and semitones in the new key of F. 

^ 106- The teacher may explain in relation to this transposition 
after I he same manner as at § 95. 

^ i OT- I" the transposition of the scale from C to F, it is carried 
a fourth higher, or di fifth lower; thus a fourth above is the same as b. fifth 
Mow. 

QUESTIONS. 

In transposing the scale from C to F, what sound must we alter? An$. 
Seven. What must we do with seven? ^ns. Flat it. What does the flat 
seventh become, in the new key? Ans. Four. What letter is seven, in 
the key of C? Am. B. What letter is four in the key of F. Am. B \). 
What is the signature to the key of F; Am. One flat. What letter is 



flatted? Am. B. Why is B [? necessary in the key of F? How much 
higher is the key of F than that of C? How much lower? 

Tunes in F may be introduced. 

KEY OF B \), SECOND TRANSPOSITION BY FLATS. 

§ 108- The fourth from F, (Bf),) is taken as one; and the scale . 
investigated as before. They will find that E, the seventh in the key of 
F, must be flatted. 
Questions as at } 107. Sing tunes in Bjj. 

KEY OF E J): THIRD TRANSPOSITION BY FLATS. 

§ 109- 1° examining the scale in Ej?, it will be found necessary 
to flat A. 
Que.stions after the same manner as at § 107. 

§ 1X0- I^ the fourth of any key (^natural, or with flats in the sig- 
nature) be taken as one of a new key, a new flat must be introduced, 
viz: on the seventh; which flat seventh becomes four in the new key. 
Introduce tunes in B|j. 

KEY OF A[j; FOURTH TRANSPOSITION BY FLATS. 

§ XXX- I"^ examining the scale in K\), it will be found necessary 
to flat D. 

Questions after the.same manner as at } 107. Sing in A|j. 

^ X X 2- Further transposition by flats is unnecessary. Others, 
however, may be exhibited and explained, if the teacher thinks proper. 

For further remarks and illustrations see " Manual." 



CHAPTER XIII. 

MODULATION INTO RELATIVE KEYS. 

§ X13- Preparatory exercises, 

1. The scholars sing the C scale; then assume Two as One of anotlv 
scale, which they also sing through; then Three; then Four, and so 
. A scale is formed upon each, as far as the voice extends. 
2 They take Eight, Seven, Six, &c. as Five, and complete the scale, 
ascending and descending. 







CHANT. 119th Psalm. i^INGLE. los to 112 verses. 


G. J. 


WEBB. 




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^ 1. 
2. 


Thy word is a lamp 

I have s\vorn,A and - 


1 

unto 

I 


1 

my 
will per- 


feet. 
- form it; 
much: 
Lord, 
peril, 
me, 
ever, 
always. 


4. 
6. 
6. 
7. 
8. 


Accept, I beseech theeA the freewill offerings of my 

My soulA is continually 

The wickedA have laid a 

Thy testimonies have I takenA as a 

I have inclined my heartA to perform thy --------- 


mouth, A 
in . 

snare 
heritage 

Stat - 


'(5 

for 

for 

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1. And a - - - - 

2. That I will - 

3. Quicken me, O Lord, A ac 

4. And - 

5. Yet, do I 

6. Yet, I erred 

7. For theyA are the re 

8. Even 



20 



CHANT. 



19th Psalm. Beginning at the 7th verse. 



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1. The law of the Lord is 
perfect,^ con - - - - 

2. The statutes of the Lord 
are right,^ re - - 



3. The fear of the Lord i 
clean,^ en - - - - 



4. Moreover by them^ is thy 

S.joWho can under - - ■ 
6.pKeep back thy servant 

alsoA from pre - - - . 
T.mThen shall 
S.pLet the words of my 

mouth'^ and the medi- - 



verting the 
-joicing the 

• during for 

ser - vant 

• stand his 

sumptuous 
I be 

tation of my 



soul ; 
heart ; 



warned: 
errors ? 

sins : 
upright, 

heart, 



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The testimony of the Lord is 

The commandment of the 
Lord is 

The judgments of the Lord 
are 

wi/And in keeping of 

Cleanse thou 

Let them 

And I shall be innocent 

Be acceptable in thy sightA 
O 



sure,A making 



pure/ 



true,A and 
them^ there is 



not have do 
from the 

^ / 

Lord,A my 



■ lightening the 



righteous alto - 
great re - 



mm - - 
great 

strength and m y Re- 



m 



simple. A - men. 



eyes. 



- gether. 
ward. 



over me. 
gression 



upper note eievaieu,iii^..>.^ ^. ,„,. 

§ 146- If the lower note of any Minor interval be elevated, or the 
' uppernote depressed, there arises a DIMINISHED, ofEXTREMEFLAxinterval. 

For further examples and illustrations, see " Manual." 



§ X 53- Legato. When singing is performed in 
manner, it is said to be Legato. 



i, gliding 
loold bo we 




Kase note is figured J See example C 



22 

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ELEMENTS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



1 K„ tK^ „„„_! 



CHANT. 



23d Psalm! 



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1. The Lord is my shepherd ;A I 

3. He restoreth my soul ;A He leadeth me in 
the paths of righteousness for - 



5. Thou preparest a table before meA in the 
presence of mine enemies ;A thou anointest 
ray head with oil ;A my - 



shall not 



his name's 



cup runneth 



sake. 



2. He maketh me to lie down in gi 

pastureSjA He leadeth me be- - - side the 

4. Yea,A though I walk through the 
valley of the shadow of death, ' 
will fear no evil ;A for thou art with 
me :A thy rod and thy - - staff they 



6. SurelyA goodness and mercy shall 
follow me, A all the days of my life ;A 
and I will dwell in the - 



houseAof the LordA for- 



Sing the scale in Crescendo 



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1. God be merciful unto us, /^ and bless ) 
us A And show us the light of his > 
countenance, A and be - - - - ) 

6. Then shall the earth bring forth her ) 
increase, ^ and God, even our > 
God A shall ------- ^ 

Unison. 



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merciful unto 



EE:"Eg5££E:= 



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2. That thy way may , 
he known upon earth^ 
thy saving liealtli a- ' 
7. God shall bless us^ \ 
and the ends of the 
blessing earth shall - - - -1 



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23 



» Ji§2- PRESSURE TONE, xf a Single short sound is sung with a 
very sudden, forcible crescendo, or site//, there arises the pressure tone. 
Marked > lt ^->. It is often applied to syncopated passages. 

^ X83- EXPLOSIVE TONE. A single short sound which is struck 
suddenly, with very great force, and instantlv diminished, is called an 
EXPLOSIVE TONE. It is marked <, or fz. (forzando,) or sf. (sforzando.) 
Practise the explosive tone to the svlUble Hali, as in the following example. 

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g^S^^giSliSSI 



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The practise of tliis tone is calculated to give great power and strength to the voice. 

^ J^S^- Expression. The proper application of Dynamics to 

music, constitutes essentially that which is usually called expression. 

Dynamics should be much practised; no other exercises have such a 

powerful tendency to bring out, strengthen and improve the voice. 

See ' Manual,' for more particular :—•———— 



CHAPTER XX. 

EXPRESSION OF WORDS, IN CONNEXION WITH SOUNDS, AND MISCEI.HNE0U3 DIRECTIO.VS. 

§ 185- Besides the dynamic designations of the last chapter, 
vocal expression depends essentially on Articulation, Accent, Pause and 
Emphasis. 

'^ 1 86- '^owel sounds. The vowel sounds only should be sustained in 

jing. It is on these alone that the voice should dwell. Theyshouldbede- 

•red with accuracy, and carefully prolonged, without being changed. To 

ure t' ' the organs of sound should be immovably fixed from the begin- 

g I ^d of a sound; not the least change should be allowed in the 

positk lips, teeth, tongue or throat ; nor indeed of the head or body. 

It -•■•.ri fault for singers to change the voweJ sound.-!, and dwell not on the radical 

or pr the vanisA or cloi^ing sound : thus a becomes?; o,co; &.o. In the 

WOK le, instead of dwelling steadily upon the vowel sound a, the singer 

ciiLir vhich should be grca ----- t, becomes grea --e-----t;8o 

vso .1 to 7Vo— let It l)( 



§ IST- coNsoN.\NTS. Articulation is almost entirely dependant on 
the consonants. These should, therefore, receive very particular atten- 
tion, and be delivered or articulated very quickly, smartly, forcibly, dis- 
tinctly, and with the greatest precision. The neglect of a careful utterance 
of the consonants, is a principal cause of indistinctness in singing. 

§ 188- ACCENT. Accent is as important in singing as in speaking. 
If the poetry be regular in its construction, and is properly adapted to the 
music, the accentuation of the two will correspond. If otherwise, that oi 
the former must, in general, be attended to, and the musical accent 
made to conform to it. 

180. PAUSE. Pauses, both grammatical and rhetorical, are also 
essential to good singing. In general, when necessary, they must be 
obtained, not by a pause in the time, the computation of which should 
be regularly carried on, but by shortening the preceding note; as in the 
following example, viz: 



j^P^ifepigpli:^ 



Joy to the world — the Lord is come ! Joy to the world — the Lord is come ! 

^ 190- EMPHASIS. Emphatic words should be given with a greater 
or less degree of the explosive tone (sf.), without reference to rhythmical 
accent. In common psalmody its application is often very difficult, from 
a want of a proper adaptation of the poetry to the music, or appropriate- 
ness of one to the other. The effect of emphasis may often be increased 
by a momentary pause. 

§ 101- OPENING OF THE MOUTH. The mouth should in general be SO 
far opened as to admit the end of the fore finger freely between the teeth. 
Singers do not usually open their mouths sufficiently wide to give - ' js. 
and full passage to the sound. 

§ X92- TAKING BREATH. (1) In taking breath make 
noise as possible. 

(2) Let it be done quickly, and without any change in the j 
the mouth 



"I Wllili liAY ME DOWX IN PEACE." 

Andante. TENOR. p 




TREBLE. 



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I will lay me down in peace 
P 



and take my rest, and take my . rest. 



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Be thou, God ! ex - alted high ; And as thy glory fills the sky; So let it be on ear.u displayed, Till thou art here as there obeyed. 
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,B. A.C.-4] 



2(1 DAJWERS. L.. ]W. ^_ - 

V ]. Awake, my tongue, thy tribute bring To him who gave thee power to sing; Praise him, who is all praise above, The source of wis - dom and of love. 



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Through each bright world above, behold Ten thousand thousand charms unfold : TCarlh, air, and mighty seas combine. To speak his wis - dom all divine. 

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IVATSOIV. Lr. M. 2dcnrf/«^. 

3. Blest are the meek, who stand afar From rage and passion, noise and war; God will secure tlieir happy state, And plead tlieir cause against the great. 
i 7. Blest are the men of peaceful life, Who quench the coals of growing strife; They shall be called the heirs of blijs, Thesons of God, the God of peace. 



IPSIVICH. L.. M. [Chant.] 27 

1. Zion, awake ! thy strength renew, Put on thy robes of beauteous hue ; Cluirch of our God, arise and shine, Bright, with the beams of truth divine 1 

f 2. Soon shall thy radiance stream a - far, Wide as the heathen nations are. Geniiks and kings thy light shall view : All shall admire and love thee too. 

57 G I 7 fi 7 

COSTELL.OW. L. M. costeiiow. 

2. While God invites, how blest the day ! How sweet the gospel's charming sound ! "•/Cotne, sinners, haste, oh, haste away, While yet a pardoning God is found 



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SEDGWICK. li. M 



H. G. Nageli. 



2d ending 



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1. Be thou, God ! er - alted high ; And as thy glory fills the sky, So let it be on earth displayed, Tillthou art here. as there, obeyed. 



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3. Thy praises. Lord, I will resound To rll the listening nations round : Thy mercy highest heaven transcends. Thy truth beyond the clouds extends. 



SAUGUS. li. M. 



6 6 6 6 

Subject from Costellow. 



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1. How blest th« sacred tie, that binds In si 



kindred minds ! How swift the heavenly coarse they run, Whose hearts, whose faith, whose hopes are one ! 

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2. To each, the soul of each how dear! What tender love • what ho - ly fear ! How does the generous flame within Refine from earth, and cleanse from sin ! 

5. Nor shall the glowing flame expire, When dimly barns frail nature's fire : Then shall thev meet in realms above, A heaven of joy, a heaven of love. 
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LEYBEN. Lr. M. 



Costclloiv. 



29 



1. E - ternal God, celestial King, Ex • alt - ed be Ihy glorious name ■ Let hosts in heaven thy praises sing. And saints on earth thy love proclaim- 



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And saints on earth thy love proclaim. 



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To all man - kind thy love make known. 

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Awake my tongue — awake, my lyre, 

With morning's earliest dawn arise ; 
To songs of joy my soul inspire, 

And swell your music to the skies. 
4 
With those, who in thy grace abound, 

To thee I'll raise my thankful voice; 
While every land — the earth around, 

Shall hear — and in thy name rejoice. 

Eternal God, celestial King, 

Exalted be thy glorious name ; 
Let hosts in heaven thy praises sing. 

And saints on earth thy love proclaim. 

Church Psalmody, Ps. 57, 4/^ Pt. 



30 . ATIiAJ^TIC. L. M. George Gates. 



n.1. Come, O my soul, in sacred laj-s, Attempt thy great Creator's praise : But. oh, what tongue can speak his fame ! What mor - tal verse can reach Ilie theme ! 



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2. Enthroned a - mid the radiant spheres. He glory like a garmei 



Ten thousand suns around him shine 



3. In all our i\Iaker's grand designs, Omnipotence, with wisdom, shines. His works, through all this wondrous Irame, Declare the glo - ry ol his name. 



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1 1. ! ? Arise! arise! with joy survey The glo - rv of the latter da\ : A! - ready is the dawn be - gun Which marks at hand a rising sun — Which marks at hand a rising sun! 

B 5. /Auspicious dawn! thy rising ray With joy we view, and hail the day: Great Sun of Righteousness! arise. And fill the world with glad surprise, And fill the world with glad surprise. 



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PARK STREET L,. M. venua. 31 

? t Wake.O my soul, and hail the morn, For unto iia a Saviour'a born ; See, liow the angcb wing their way, To usher in the glorious day! To usher in the glorious day! 



^ 2. I'Hark ! what sweet 



what a song, <Sourids from the bright celestial throng! J" Swi 



J, whose melting sounds impart '"/Joy to each raptured, listening heart, Joy to each, &c. 



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the angels in the sky. Glory to God, who reigns on high; y Letpe^iceand love on eiirth abound,/ While timi 
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SAMARIA. L.. M. 



1. Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we love; But there's a nobler rest above; To that our longing souls aspire. With cheerful hope, and strong desire. 






ir death shall rench the place ; No groan shall mingle with liie 



i, Which warble from immortal tongue 






32 



STERLING. L. M. [Chant.] 



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come, loud anthems let us sing, Loud thanks to our al • mighty King ! For we our 



high should raise. When our salvations rock we praise. 



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SliADE. li.M. 



1. "^ Sweet is the work, my God, my King, To praise thy name, give thanks, and sing, To show thy love by morning light, And talk of all thy truth at night. 



2. Sweet is the day of sacred rest, No mortal care shall seize my breast ; Oh may my heart 



be found, Like David's harp of solemn sound. 



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f ji Alto. Tenor. I 

J. ' ' 2d Treble. ^~~ '*' '•"i^Til: Alto. 



Great God, to thee my evening song, With humble grat ■ i 



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; Oh let thy mercy tune my tongue, And fill my heart witn iiveiy praisi 






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2<i ending. 



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I. Give thanks to God, he reigns i.bove; Kind are his thoughts, his 



IB love; His mercy ages past have known. And ages long t< 



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)l. He feeds and clothes us all the way; He guides our footsteps lest we stray; He guards 



with a powerful hand. And brings us to the heavenly land. And brings us to the heavenly land. 



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with joy record The truth and goodness of the Lord ' How great his works ! hi 



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ELLEWTHORPE. 1,. M. 



1. Say, how may earth and heaven unite ? Say, how shall men with angels join » What link harmonious 



1. Say, how may earth and heaven unite ? Say, how shall men with angels join » What link harmonious may be found. Natures discordant to combine ? 



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gan swell ! Breathe forth your soul in raptures high ! Angels with men in music join; Music's the language of the sicy. 



2. Loud let the pealing 01 



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1. la - dulgent Lord, thy goodness reigns Through all the wide ce - lestial plains ; And thence its streams redundant flow, To cheer th'abodes of men below. 



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2d ending. 



35 



1. pO all ye people, shout nnd sing Hosannas to your heavenly King; Where ei 



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2. High on his everUuting ihro'ie, He reigns almighty and alone; Yet we, on earth, with angels share His kind regard,: 

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3. /Rejoice ye servants of the Lord, Spread wide Jehovah's name abroad; Oh praise our God, his power a - dore, Froi 



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4. /I'll sing thy truth and mercy, Lord; I'll sing the wonders of thy word; Not all the works and names below. So much thy power and glory show. 



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Awake, my soul, awake, my tongue ; Hosanna to th'eternal neune, And all his boundless love proclaim 



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Ye angels, dwell upon the sound ; Ye heavens, reflect it to the ground. 



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TREIVTOJV. li. .M. 



1. Ye nations round the earth, rejoice Before the Lord, your sovereign King; Servehim with cheerful heart and voice, With all your tongues his glory sing. 



§ 3. /Enter his gates with songs of joy. With praises to his courts repair; And make it your divine employ, To pay y«dr thanks and honors there. 

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VI^INSLiOlV. Li' M. [Doiible.l 37 



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rhy praise, God, shall tune the lyre, Thy love < 



inspire ; To thee our cordial thanks be paid. Our sure defence. 



, s^ Id ending. 



Why then, ca«t down — and why distressed'! And whence the grief lliat (ills our breast'? In God we'll hope — to (Jod w 



;e Oursojig of gratitude and prais 



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3. Awake the trumpet's lofty sound. To spread jour sacred pleasures round ; Awake each voice — and strike each string. And to the solemn organ sing. 

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4. Let all, whom life and breath inspire, Attend, and join the blissful choir; But chiefly ye> who know his word. Adore, and love, and praise the Lord! 



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St. PAUL'S. L.. M. 



2. The Lord is God — 'tis he alone Doth life, and breath and being give : We are his work, and not our own, The sheep that on his pastures live. 



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4.>'TheLordisgood— the Lord is kind; /Great is liis grace, his mercy sure; And all the race of man shall find His truth from age to age endure. 
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1. Great is the Lord ! what 



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How awful are his 



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:s upon thy word ; And clouds, and st 



md fire obey Thy wise and all 



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4. Thy glory, fearless of decline. Thy glory, Lord, shall cv - er shine ; Thy praise shall still our breath employ, Till we shall ri 



idless joy. 



ARNHEIM. Ij. M« Altered from S.llolyoke. 



—the heavens proclaim His birth — (he 



2d ending. 

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tstheroud Of eastern sages 



2. All ye bright armies of the skies. Go, worship where the Saviour lies: Angelsandklngs Ixiforeliim bow, Thosegodaon high, and gods below. 

m 3. Let I - dels totter to the ground, And their own worshippers confound, /Zion shall still hisglorieg sing. And earth confess her sovereign king. 



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JL. M. [Chanl.l 



2d ending. 



p. Lentando. 



2. Now may we say — Our God, thy power Shall be our for' 



r! We, that are formed of feeble dost. Make thy almighty 



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[Chant.] 



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ir almighty King; For 



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Church Psalmody, Vs. 19, 2d Pt. 



41 



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1. The spacious firmament on high, With all ihe blue ethereal sky, And spangled heavens, a shining frame, Their great Origi - nal proclaim 



. ySoon as the evening shades prevail. The moon takes up the wondrous tale, And nightly, to the listening earth, Repeats the story of her birth; 



5. p^Vhat ! though in solemn silence all Move round this dark terrestrial ball. What ! though no real voice, or sound Amid their radiant orbs be found. 



2. Th'unwearied sun, from day to day, Does his Creator's power display. And publishes, to every land. The work of an al - mighty hand. 



—While all the stars that rou :d her burn. And all the planet.;, in their turn, m/Confirm the tidings, as they roll, /And spread the truth frc-n pole to pt)le. 




[B. A. C. -6] 



42 



WAYJVE. L,. M. 






O all ye people, clap yoirr hands, And with triumphan 



ing; No force the mighty powei withstands. Of God the 



i! King— Of God the u - niverea! Kin 



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1. Give to our God immortal praise; Mercy and truth are all his ways ; Wonders of Grace to God belong, Repeat his mercies m your song. 
2. He built the earth— he spread the sky, He fixed the starry lights on high : His mercies ever shall endure, When suns and moons shall shine no more. 

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MEDEBA 




* From this pi: 
be made without 



My heart shall triumph in my Lord, 
And bless his works — and bless his word: 
Thy works of grace — how bright they shine ! 
How deep thy counsels — how divi 



Sure I shall share a glorious part, 
When grace hath well refined my heart, 
And fresh supplies of joy are shed, 
Like holy oil, to cheer my head. 



Then shall I see — and hear — and know 
All I desired, or wished below; 
And every power find sweet employ, 
In that eternal world of joy. 

Church Psalmody, Ps. I 

U7 G 98 4 - 

;, the Treble and Alto may change parts, the Alto singing the Treble xn 8v lower than it is written. Such transpositions, when they Gl 
may be often rendered efTective, and they afford a pleasin,» variety in singing several stanzas. 
IS taken from '-Occasional P<alin and Hymn Tune.v,'' by permission of the propiielor of lliat work. 



44 



S«. PJiTEK's. V. M. 



'/M To God the great, the ever blest, Let songs of hon - or be addressed ; His mercy firm forever stands ; Give him the thanks his love demands 



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2 "Who knows the -nonders of thy ways ? Who shall fulfil thy boundless praise ? Blest are the souls that fear thee still, And pay their du 

CARMEL. L. M. T. Mason. 

^^ ■" • ^ ^ , _ 2d ending. 

ng, thy various praise Shall fill the rannant of my days ; Thy grace employ my humble tongue. Till death and glory raise the song 

3. Thy works with boundless glory shine. And speak thy majesty divine; /Let every realm with joy proclaim The sound and honor of thy name. 
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■ 1. My God, my king, thy various praise Shall fill the 



CRANSTOS". £.. M. U.G.NageU. 45 



ning dav 



g close, On ihee, O Lord, our hopes repose: /To thy great n; 



with joy, we'll raise Triumphant Eongs of greatful praise. Triumphant eongs, &( 



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LUZ. L.. M. [Chant.] 



End here — or repeat the last lin 
2d ending. 



E^illllgllliiilliiiSiiiiEili^iiiili^eiS 

(oksloGod alone; My rock and refuge is his throne : In all my fears— in all my straits, My soul for his salvation waits. 



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2. Trust hint, ye saintij, in all your ways, Pour out your hearts before his face; When helpers fail — and foes invade, God is our all- sufficient aid. 



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46 _ tFFINGHAM. L. Ml. _^ ,„„„„, 

2. The Lord proclaims his power aloud Through every ocean, every land ; His voice divides the watery cloud, And lighienings blaze at hi; 






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3. The Lord sits sovereign on the flood, O'er earth he reigns forever king ; But makes his church his blest abode, Where we his awful glo - ries sing. 



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l.M Jesus shall leign where'er the sun Doth his successive journeys run; His kingdoi 



tch from shore to shore. Till moon shall wax and wane no n 



2. For him shall endless prayer be made, /And praises throng to crown his bead ; — His name like sweet perfume, shall rise With every morning sacrifice. 



BO WEN. \j» M. BRbject from Haydn. -*# 

1. Up to the fields where angels lie, And living waters gently roll, Fain would my thoughts ascend on high, But sin hangs heavy on my soui. 

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3. — Great All in All! e - ler - nal Kint' ! Let me but view thy lovely face, And all iny powers shall bow and sing Thine endless grandeur and thy grace. 



^ 8EASOJVS. L. M. subject irom Pleyel. 



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1. The flowery spring, at God's command, Perfumes the air, and paints the land : The summer rays with vig - or shine, To raise the corn, and cheer the ' 



3. The changing seasons, months, and days Demand successive songs of praise ; And he the cheerful horn - age paid. With morning light, and evening shade. 



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48 



lliJVGMAM. li. M. 



\ 2. Sweet is the day of sacred rest — No mortal care pliall seize niv breasi ; Oh may my heart in tunc be found, Lilte David's harp of solemn sound. Like David's harp of solemn sound. 



found. Like David's harp of solemn sound. Like David's harp of solemn sound. 
^ 3. '"/My heart shall triumph in tlie Lord, And bless his works — and bless his word: Thy works of grace — how bright they shine! How deep thy counsels — how divine! How deep tliy, && 



6 7 7 



66 7 



POMFRET. li. M. 



Altered from CecH. 



^•f ' ' Happy the church, thou sacred place. The seat of thy creator's grace ; Thine holy courts are his abode. Thou eurthly palace of our God, Thou earthly palace of our God. 



caits; Nor shall thy deep foundation move, Fixed on his counsels and his love. Fixed on his counsels and his love. 

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f 2. Thy walls are strength— and at ihy gates A guard of heavenly 



WlIVMflAM. Ij.M. Read. 49 






iip^^la=^iil:g^iippiiiiliiilil:iiilipps 

Broad is the road that leads to death, And thousands walk together there ; But wisdom shows a narrow path, With here and there a traveller. 




MEDVFAY. L. m. 



„ ^ '^ I i 

Arranged from a ♦ Stabat Mater.' 



1. My soul, inspired with sacred love, God's holy name for - ever bless ; Of all his favors mindful prove, And slill thy grateful thanks express. 

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far has he our sins removed,;^ Who, with a father's tender breast, — Has such as fear him always loved. 



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[B.A C.-7] 



50 



PILIESGROVE. L.. M. 



N. Mnchell. 



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1. ""/Oh render thanks to God a - bove, The fountain of 



nal love ; Whose mercy firm, through ages past, Has stood, and shall for - 



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2. Who can his mighty deeds express, Not 



but numberless ? What mor - tal eloquent 



; His tribute of immortal praise. 






ROCKIIVGHAHI. L.. M. 



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3. -TThy praise, O God, shall tune the lyre, Thy love our joyful song inspire ; To thee 



cordial thanks be paid, Our sure defence— K)ur constant aid. 



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4. Why, then, cast down — and why distressed ? And whence the grief, that fills our breast ? In God we'll hope, to God we'll raise Our songs of gratitude and praise 



ADMAH. I^. M. 



51 



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» » Bless, O my soul, the living God, Call home thy thoughts that rove a - broad ; Let all the powers 



A'ilhin me join, 









4yLet every land his power con 



Let all the earth 



dore his grace: My heart and tongu.,- <vith raptui 






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In work and 



Let all the powers with ■ 



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In work and worship so divine, My heart and tongue with rap - ture join, In work and wor - ship so divine. 

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52 



CHAPEL. STREET. 1,. M.* 



Wm. Mather. 



1. M Salvation is forever nigh The souls who fear and trust the Lord ; And grace, de - scending from on high, Fresh hopes of glory shall afford. 

;teps, and keep the road. 




6 3| 
F. Bartholemon. 



1. With one consent, let all the earth. To God their cheerful voices raise ; Glad homage pay, with awful mirth, And sing before him songs of praise. 



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For he's the Lord— supremely good, His mercy is for - ever s 



His truth, which always firn 



To endless a - ges shall endure. 






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CYPRUS.* L. M. [Chant.] 




2. He'll shield you with a wall of fire, With holy zeal j'our hearts inspire; =>Bid raging winds their fury cease, pAnd calm the savage breast to peace, And calm the savage, ikc. 
f S.wAnd when our labors all are o'er, Then shall we meet to part no more ; -=3Ie«t — with the blood-bought throng to fall,/ And crown our Jesus — Lord of all, And crown our, fee. 




. Glo - ry to thee, my God, this night, For all the blessings of the light; Keep me, oh keep me. King of kings. Beneath thine own almighty wings. 



2. Forgive me. Lord, for thy dear Son, The ill that I this day have done ; That with the world, myself, and thee, I, ere I sleep, at peace may be. 



3. Teach me to live, that I may dread The grave as little as my bed ; Teach me to die, that so I may Ri.se glorious at the awful day. 



54 



ZERAH. li. 91. 



1. Come, weary soijls. with sin oppressed, Oh come! accept the promised rest ; The Saviour's gracious call o - bey, And cast your gloomy feai-s away. 






3. Here mercy's boundless ocean flows. To cleanse your guilt, and heal your woes ; Here's pardon, life, and end - less peace — Ho\ 
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ich the gift ! — ^how free the grace ? 



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III u 

GOLAN. L.. M. ^ 2d ending. 



1. ^^0 Thou, that hear'st -when sinners cry, Though all ray crimes before thee lie, Behold them not with angry look. But blot their memory from thy book. 

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f 2. Create my nature pure within. And form my soul averse to sin ; Let thy good Spirit ne'er de - part. Nor hide thy presence from my heart. 

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MEROiH. L.. M. 



55 



1. -^JT Oh turn, great Ruler of the skies, Turn from my sin thy searching eyes, Nor let th' offences of my hand Within thy book recorded stand. 




3. Oh let thy Spirit to my heart Once more his quickening aid imparl; My mind from every fear release, And soothe my troubled 



thoughts to peace. 




1. /My soul, thy great Creator prane ; When clothed in his celestial rays. He in full majesty appears, And like a robe his glory wears. 




2. How strange thy works ! how great ihy skill, While every land thy riches fill : Thy wisdom round the world w 



5, This spacious earth is full of thee. 






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56 



WIJVCHELiSEA. 1,. M. 



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\ Tncnmbent on the bending sky. The Lord descended from on high ; And bade the darkness of the pole, Beneath his feet tremendous roll. 

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TVARRINGTON. L.. M. 

" Come hither, all ye weary souls, Ye heavy laden sinners, come ; I'll give yon rest from all your toils, And raise you to my heavenly h»me. 






. "I'Blest is the man, whose shoui/iurs take, My yoke, and bear it with delight ; My yoke is easy 




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the neck. My grace shall make the burden' light. 



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. Come blessed Spirit, source of light, Whose power and grace are unconfined, Dispel the gloomy shades of night 



The thicker darkness of the 




Thine inward teachings make me know, 
The mysteries of redeeming love, 

The vanity of things below, 

And excellence of things above. 



While through this dubious maze I stray, 
Spread, like the sun. thy beams abroad: 

Oh show the dangers of the way, 
And guide my feeble steps to God. 

Church Psalmody, Hy. 198 



of the proprietor ol that work. 



58 



TATWALit,. L,. M. 



Altered from Orland. 



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Let evsry creature rise and bring Glory and honor to our King : While angels strike their lyres again, Earth shall respond the joyful strain-Earth shall respond the joyful strain. 
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MENDOIV. L. M. 



^ Loud swell the pealing organ's notes ; Breathe forth yoursoul in raptures high ; Praise ye the Lord with harp and voice, Join the full chorus of the sky. 



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RAMOTH. li. IW. [Chant.] 



59 



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1 When we, our wearied limbs to rest. Sat down by proud Euplir: 



, We wept — with doleful ihoiiglits oppressed, And Zio 



ir mournful theme. 






2. Our liarps, that, when with joy 



ng, Were wont their tuneful parts to bear. With silent si 



neglected hung, On willow trees tliat with 



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ASHFIEL.D. L. M. 



2d ending. 



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SrCCOTH. Ij. m. 






1. f t Jesus shall reign where'er the sun Does his s 



; His kingdom stretch from shore to shore. Till e 



shall V 



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And earth re - peat the loud Amen. 



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. -WWe all, Lord, have gone astray. And wandered from thy heavenly way : The wilJs of sin our feet have trod. Far from the paths of thee our God. 



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2. Hear us, great Shepherd of thy sheep: Our wanderings heal — our footsteps keep : We seeli thy sheltering fold again; Nor shall we seek thee, Lord, i 



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61 



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1 When 



d limbs to rea(; Sat down by proud Euphra 



, We wept — with dolefol thoughts oppressed, And Zion was our mournful theme. Lentando. 



Oar harps, that, when with joy we sung, Were wont their tuneful parts to bear. With silent strings neglected hung, On willow trees that withered there. Lentando. 



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From morning dawn to evening close, On thee, Lord, our hopes repose : -''To thy great name, with joy, we'll raise Triumphant songs of grateful praise. 




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BREWTFORD. 1.. M. 

2d enJii.i, . 
2d Treble. Alto. 

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Be all my heart, and all my days, Devoted to my Saviour's praise ; And let my glad o - bedieace prove, How much I owe — how much I love. 



11 my heart, and all my days. Devoted to my Saviour's praise ; And let my glad o - bedieace prove. How much I 

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JVAZARETH. L,. M. 



Arranged from a Gregorian Hymn. 



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Return, my soul, and sweetly rest, On thy Almighty Father's breast ; The bounties of his grace adore, And count his wondrous mercies o'er. 



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3. Auiike the trumpet's lofty sound, To spread your sacred pleasure round; Awake eacli voiceand strike each string.And to the solemn organ sing. And to the solemn organ sing. 



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4. Let all, whom life and breath inspire. Attend, and join the blissful choir; But chiefly ye, who know his word. Adore, and love, and praise the Lord! Adore, and love, ami praise the Lord! 



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DUKE STREET. L,. M. 



J. Hatton. 






1. ? f Lord, when thou didsl ascend on high, Ten thousand angels filled the sky ; Those heavenly guards around thee ■ 



Like chariot's that attend thy s 



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s of this tune raav he sung in unison. 



64 



irXBRIDGE. L. M. 



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1. The heavens declare thy glory Lord, In every 



r thy wisdom shinos; But when our eyes behold thy word. We read thy 



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5. — Great Sun of Rigliteousness 



Oh bless the world with heavenly light ! Thy gospel makes the simple 



Thy laws are pure — thy judgments right. 



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1VEL.L.S.* L. M. 



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Life is the time to serve the Lord, The time t'insure the great reward ; And while the lamp holds out to bum, The vilest sinner may return. 

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• The air of this tune is found in the old Clioral Cooks as fir back as the time of Luther; it was originally written in notes of equal length. 



KORAH. ' L. M 




L Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we love ; But there's a nobler rest a - bove ; To that our longing souls aspire, With cheerful hope, and strong desin 



2. No more fatigue, no more distress. Nor sin, nor death shall reach the place ; No groans shall mingle with the songs, Which warble from immortal tongue 



.No rude alarms of ra - ging foes. No cares to break the long re . pose; No mi^lnight shade, no clouded sun, But sacred, high, e - ter - nal noon. 



* Let the 1st, 2d, and 3d stanzas be sung by Solo voices, after which, repeat the 1st stanza in Chorus. 

HOLLiIS. Li. M. Geo. news. 




Let one loud song of praise arise To God, whose goodness ceaseless flows, Who dwells enthroned above the skies. And life and breath on all bestows. 



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MAMRF.. Li. M.* 



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e hither, all ye weary souls, Ye heavy laden sinners 



le ; I'll give you rest from all your toils. And raise you to my heavenly home. 



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4.'"-''Jesus, we come at thy command ; With faith, and hope, and humble zeal. Resign our spirits to thy hand. To mould and guide us at thy will. 

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DUMAH. L.. M. [Chant.] ' 2d ending. 



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1. "»/! will extol thee, Lord, on high; At thy command diseases fly, Who, but a God, can speak and save From the dark borders of the g 



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3. His anger but a moment stays; His love is life and length of days; pThough grief and tears the night employ, 



The morning star restores the joy. 



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either trebles or tenors; or as a trio by trebles and alto, (alto singing the ba.^e 8v higher,) or by trebles and base, or by tenors an.i oase« 



^ AtiPRETOX. Li.M. IV.Beastall. 67 

1. f f Bless, O my soul, llie living Goil, Call home my thoughts that rove abroad; Let all the powers within me join, la work and worship lo divine. 



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§ 4. /Let every land his power confess. Let all tiie earth adore his grace: My heart and tongue with raptuie join. In work and worship so divine 

WAKEFIELD. L. M. 2</ r 

1. Come, weai'y souls, with sin oppressed. Oh come! accept the promised rest: The Saviour's gracious call obey. And cast your gloomy fears away. 



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Here mercy's boundless ocean flows. To cleanse your guilt — and hea] your woes; Here's pardon, life, and endless peace — How rich the gift! — how free die grace! 
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1. » r Salvation is for - ever nigh The souls who fear and 



the Lord ; And grace, descending from 



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high, Fresh hopes of glory shall afford. 



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3 righteousness is gone before, To give us free access to God ; Our wandering feet shall stray no more, But mark his steps, and keep the road. 



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free access to God ; Our wandering feet shall stray no more. But mark his steps, am 



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Adagio Soslenuio e Piano. 



GERMANY. L. M. 



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Softly the shade of evening falls Sprinkling the earth with dewy tears ; While nature's voice to slumber calls, And silence reigns amid the spheres. 



HEBROJV. L.. M. 



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Thus far tlie Lord bath led me on, Thus far his power prolongs my days: And every evening shall make known. Some fresh memorial of his grace. 



Legato e Piano. 



WAUJ}. 



L. M. 



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There is a stream whose gentle flow Supplies the fcity of our God! Life, Iove,and joy still gliding through. And watering our divine abode. 

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DALTON. I>. M. 



3. P There is a stream, whose gentle flow SuppUes the city of our God ! Life, love, and joy still gliding through, And watering our divine abode. 



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i 4. — That sacred stream — thine holy word, Supports our faith — our fear controls : ^Sweet peace thy promises af - ford, — And give new strength to fainting souls. 



HANOVER. L. M. 



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1. -^-^Show pity, Lord — Lord, forgive, Let a repenting rebel live ; Are not thy mercies large and free ? May i 






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2. My crimes are great— but can't surpass The power and glory of thy grace : Great God, thy nature hath no bound, So lei thy pardoning love be found. 



HEL.AM. L. M. 71 

2. My opening eyes with rapture see The dawn of thy returning day; My thoughts, God, ascend to thee, While thus my early vows I pay. 
3 Oh bid this trifling world retire, ^nd drive each carnal thougnt away ; Nor let me feel one vain desire — One sinful thought — through all the day. 
My soul shall rise on joyful wing, The wonders of thy love declare. And join the strains which angels sing. 

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SU]VDE!RLrA:N'D. L. M. Altered from Babylon. 



1. -^^Show pity. Lord — Lord, forj 
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repenting rebel live ; Are 



large and free ? May not 



sinner trust in thee? 



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2. My crimes are great— but can't surpass The power and glory of thy grace : Great God, thy nature hath no bound, So let thy pardoning love be found. 



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72 



SCBBEV. L. M. 



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1. Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we love ; But there's a nobler reJt above j To that our longing souls aspire, With cheerful hope and 

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No more fatigue — no more distress, 
Nor sin, nor death shall reach the place ; 
No groans shall mingle with the songs, 
Which warble from immortal tongues. 

3 
No rude alarms of raging foes. 
No cares to break the long repose ; 
No midnight shade — no clouded sun — 
But sacred, high, eternal noon. 

Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we love; 
But there's a nobler rest above ; 
To that our longing souls aspire, 
With cheerful hope, and strong desire. 

Church Psalmody, By. 4M. 



ftriTO. I<. JM. 



73 



V Who is this stranger in distress, Tliat travels through this wilderneas'? Oppressed with sorrow and witli sin On her beloved Lord she leans — On her beloved Lord she leans. 

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TAROT. I.. M. 

2d ending. 






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haste — oh, haste away, While yet a pardor 

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74 FA HJ^S WORTH. L. M. 

Oh let thy paints with joy record, The truth and goodness of the Lord; How great his works ! how kind his ways! Let every tongue proclaim his praise. 



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MEDIA.* L. M. 



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. How blest the sacred lie, that binds In sweet 



kindred minds! How swift the heavenly course they run. Whose hearts, whose failh, whose hopes ai 



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5. Nor shall the glowing flame expire. When dimly burns frail i 



s fire: Then shall they m 



n realms above — A heaven of joy — a heaven of love. 






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HAMBURG. li. M. 



Arranged from a Gregorian Chant. 



75 



iSP 



t ' Kingdoms and thrones to GoJ belong; Crown him, ye nations, in your song: His wondrous name and power rehearse; His honors shall enrich your verse. Slow &c Soft. 
. God is our shield -our jo^— our rest ; God is our King — proclaim him blest: When terrors rise — when nation's faint, He is the strength of every saint. Slow & soft. 



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middleto:n^. 



L. M. 



6 7 
J. A. Keller. 



1. Come, my soul in sacred lays Attempt thy great Creator's praise: But, oh, what tongue can speak his fame ! What mortal verse ean reach the theme ! 

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And let his praise employ thy tongue, Till listening worlds shall join the song. 



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76 



CHADWICK. C. M. 



H. K. Oliver. 



2d ending. 



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1. "P Sweet is the memory of thy grace, My God, my heavenly Kiug ; -=Let age to age thy righteousness /In sounds of glory sing. 



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-=:Bat soon he sends his pardoning word, /To cheer the soul he loves. 



RYE. C. M. 



^ s /7\ ' ir: , — V 2d ending. 

To God, our strength, your voice, aloud, In strains of glory raise; The great Jehovah — Jacob's God, Ex - alt in notes of praise — Exalt in notes of praise. 

I psalms of honor, and of joy. Let all bis temples ring; Your various instruments employ, And songs of triumph sing — And songs of triumph sing. 



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4. /With psalms of honor, and of joy. Let all bis temples ring; Your 

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CAJVTO]^. C. M. ^^ ^ 77 

^ /C\ *v ^ 2a ending. 



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Behold thy waiting servant, Lord, Devoted 



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to thy fear ; Remember and confirm thy word, For all my hopes are there. 



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LIVERPOOL. C. M. 






Oh could I find, from day to day, A nearness to my God ! Then should my hours glide s 



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;t away. While leaning on his word. 



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78 ^ ^ BRATTL.E STREET. C. M. , [Double.] rieyei. 

1. While thee I seek, protecting Power ! Be my vaia wishes stilled; And may this conse - crated hour With better hopes be filled 

3. In each e -vent of life, how clear Thy ruling hand I see! Each blessing to my soul most dear, Because conferred by thee. 

5. When gladness wings my favored hour, Thy love my thoughts shall fill ; Resigned when storms of sorrow lower, My soul shall meet thy will. 
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2. Thy love the power of thought bestowed ; To thee mv thoughts would soar: Thy mercy o'er my life has flowed; That mercy I a - dore. 

4. In every joy that crowns my days, In every pain I bear, My heart shall find delight in praise. Or seek relief in prayer, 

6. My lifted eye, without a tear. The gathering storm shall see ,""''■ My steadfast heart shall know no fear ; That heart will rest on thee. 
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^VARWICK. C. M* 



Stanley, grf ending. 



3. P Thou art a God, before whose sight The wicked shall 



4. "'-'■ But to thy house will I reso 



79 

1. Lord, in the morning thou shall hear, My voice as - cending high ; To thee will I direct my prayer, To thee lift up mine eye 

stand I Sinners shall ne'er be thy delight, Nor dwell at thy right hand. 

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ere; I will frequent thine holy court, . - - > And worship in thy fear. 

VTESTFORD. C. M. L. Mason. 

>> Come let lu join our cheerful songs, With nngels round the throne. Ten ihcjsand, thousand are their tongues. But all their jovB are one, But all their joys are one. 



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Voice or Organ. 



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80 



HAVAIVNA. C. M. 



Dr. HarringtOB. 



2d ending. 



1. / all ye nations, praise the Lord. His glorious acts proclaim ; The fullness of his grace record, And mag - ni - fy his name. 

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. His love is great — his mercy sure — And faithful 



his word ; His truth for - ev - er shall endui 



For • ever praise the Lord ! 



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MANCHESTER. C. M. 

^ ^ 2d ending. 



Lord, when my raptured thought surveys, Creation's beauties 



All nature joins to teach thy praise. And bids my soul adore. 

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CHRISTMAS. C. M. 



81 



1. f I Awake, ray soul — stretch every nerve, And press witli vigor on: A heavenly race ceraands tny zeal, A bright immortal crown, A bright iramortal crown. 

2. 'Tis God's all an • i - mating voice That calls thee from on high; 'Tis his own hand presents the prize To thine aspiring eye, To thine aspiring eye. 



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Tempests arise when God appoint*. And mighty oceans roar ; He bids the wind and waves be etiU, And straight the sloi mis o'er. 



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1. Come, ye that fear and know the Lord, And lift your souls a - bove ; Let every heart and voice accord, To sing, that God is love, To sing that God is love. 



5. — Oh may we all, while here below. This best of blessings prove ; -Till warmer hearts in brighter worlds, Shall shout, that God is love. Shall shout that God is love. 



Geo. Jas. Webb. 



STOW. C. M. 



1. Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear My voice ascending high; To thee will I direct my prayer. To thee lift up mme eye ; — 

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I sing the mighty power of God, That made the mountains rise, That spread the flowing seas abroad, And built the lofty skies. 

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1. Thee will I blesj, O Lord, my God, To tliee my voice I'll raise. Forever spread tliy fame abroad, And daily sing thy praise. 



2. My soul shall glory in the Lord, His wondrous acts proclaim. Oh let us now his love record, And magnify his name. 



86 CL.AREJVDO:^'. CM. I.aac Tucker. 

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What shall I render to my God, For all his kindness shown ? My '"eet shall vis - it thine a - bode, My songs ad ■ dress thy throne. 

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CAMBRIDGE]. C. M. Dr.Randall. 

1. I f Sing to the Lord a new-made song, Who wondrous things has done; With his right hand, and holy arm. The conquest he has won. The conquest he hag won. 

4. .?Let all the people of the earth Their cheerful voices raise; Let all, with uni - versal joy. Resound their Maker's praise. Resound their Maker's praise. 

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SWANWICK. C. M. 



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f 2. Stng to his praise in loflv hj-nins. His wondrous works rehearse; Make them the theme of your discourse. The subject of your verse. The sub - ject of your verse. 

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CLAVEL. C. M. 



2d ending. 



89 



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1. ■^#0h that the Lord would guide my ways To keep his statutes still ! Oh that my God would grant me grace To know and do his will ! 




How lon-s wilt thou forget me, Lord? Must I for - ever mourn? How long wilt ihou withdraw from me, Oh ! never to 




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90 LITCHFIEJLB. CM. L.Ma«on. 

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Ye hearts with )'outhful vigor warm, In smiling crowds draw near ; And turn from every mortal charm, A Saviour's voice to hear. 

BLACKBURN. C. M. 

2d ending. 
<f Bohold thy waiting servant, Lord, De - voted to thy fear : Remember and confirm thy word, For all my hopes are there. 



ARCHDALE. C. M. 



Andrew Law. 



91 



When God revealed his graciou; 



And changed my mournful state, My rapture si 



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The world beheld the glorious change, And did thy hand confess ; My tongue broke out in unknown strains, And sung surprismg grace. 



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Oh ! that the Lord would guide my ways, To keep his statutes still ; Oh ! that my God would 



me grace, To know and do his will. 



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GREEJVFIEIiD. C. M. Michael Haydn.^ 



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Begin, my soul, the lofty strain. In solemn 



sing A sacred hymn of grateful praise; To heaven's Almighty King. 



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WAREHAM. C. M. 



93 



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O praise the Lord with one consent, And mag - ni - fy his name ; Let aU the servants of the Lord His worthy praise proclaim — 

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DUNDEE.* C. M. 



2d ending. 



Let not despair nor fell revenge, Be to my bosom known, Oh give me tears for others' woes. And patience for my own. 



" Perhaps Dundee's wild warbling measures rise." — Burns. 

LOJVDON. C. M. 



O praise the Lord with one consent, And mag - ni ■ fy his name ; Let all the servants of the Lord His worthy praise proclaim. 



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WHITBY. C. M. 



Coda for the las I stanza. 



95 



I. Hark! from the tombs a doleful somid ; My ears, attend the cry—" Ye living men, come view the ground Where you must shortly lie. 

1. Great God! is this our certain doomi And are we still secure"! Still walking downwards to the tomb, And yet prepare no more! 

I. Grant us the power of quickening grace, To fit our souls to fly; Then, when we drop this dying flesh, We'U rise above the sky — We'll rise above the sky. 

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L.ABNA. C. M. 



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10 tiod address me joyiui psalm, u no wongrous things n atn aone ; w nose own ngnt hand, and holy arm, ine vie - lory have won. 
3. ""P The promised Saviour meeklv came, And man's full ran - som paid; Again becomes, his own to claim. In awful pomp arrayed. 



^t. joeiv's. c. M. 



1. Now shall my solemn vows be paid To that al - mighty power, Who heard the long request I made In my distress - ful hour. 



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2. -TMy lips and cheerful heart prepare To make his 



s known ; Come, ye who fear my God, and hear The wonders he has done. 



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IRISH. C. M. 



1. ' '/O all ye lands, rejoice in God, Sing praises to his name ; Let all the earth, with one accord, His wondrous acts proclaim. 

f 2. And let his faithful servants tell How, by redeeming love, Their souls are saved from death and hell. To share the joys above ;— 

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1. ■'<''■ The Lord himself, the mighty Lord, Vouchsaies to be my guide ; The shepherd, by whose constant care My wants are all supplied. 




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.Ye humble souls, approach your God With songs of sacred praise; For he is good — supremely good. And kind £ 



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2. A4I nature 



But nobler bene - fits declar 



The wonders of his love. The wonders of his love. 






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Adagio Sostenuto. 



EUSTIS. C. M. 



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1. "pAs pants the hart for cooling sin 



AVhen heated in the chase, So longs my soul, O God for thee, '"■'■And thy refreshing grace. 



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2. — For thee, my God — the living God, :=>My thirsty soul doth pine ; '•/Oh, when shall I behold thy face, Thou Ma - jes • ty di - vine ! 



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1. Lift np to God the voice of praise. Whose breath our souls inspired ; Loud and more loud the anthems raise, With grateful ardor fired — With greatful ardor fired ! 



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2. Lift up to God the voice of praise, Whose goodness, passing thought, Loads every moment, as it flies. With benefits unsought — With benefits unsought! 
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l.'''''Thou lovely source of true delight, Whom I un - seen a - dore ; Unveil thy beauties to my sight, That I may love thee more. 




2. /Thy glory o'er ere - a - tioa shines; But in thy sacred word I read in fair-er, brighter lines, p=.My bleeding, dy - ing Lord. 



4.pBut ah! too soon the pleasing scene Is clouded o'er with pain; My gloomy fears rise dark between, -^'"And I a • gain complain. 
6. Then shall my soul with rapture trace The wonders of thy love : Then shall I see thy glorious face In endless joy a • bove. 



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1. Return, O 



retam! And seek thy father's face! Those new desires, which in thee burn. Were kindled by his grace. 



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2. Retorn, O wanderer — bow return! And wipe the Tailing tear: Thy Father calls — no longer mourn! Tis lore invites thee near. 

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BL.AKEL.T. CM. J. H. Angier 



1. "PCowve, humble soub — 



!, And wipe away your 



J 2. "/Come, shout aloud the Father's grace, And sing the Saviour's love: Soon shall yon join the glo - - rious theme In loftier strains abo^e. 



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4. Give me the presence of thy grace ; -=:Thea my rejoicing tongue f Shall speak aloud thy righteousness. And make thy praise my s< 



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102 



3ISRIDEN. 



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1. / T f O all ye lands, rejoice ia God, Sing praises to his name; Let all the earth with one accord, His wondrous acts proclaim — His wondrous act* proclaim. 



2. And let his faithful e< 



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;3 tell How, by redeeming love. Their souls are saved from death and hell. To share the joys above — To share the joys above; — 

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1. P With reverence let the saints appear, And bow before the Lord, His high commands with 



hear, And tremble at his word. 



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6 "•? Justice and judgment are thy throne, "/ Yel wondrous is thy grace; While truth and mercy, joined in one, =-Invite us near thy face. 



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1. Again the Lord of life and light Awakes the kindling ray; Dispels the darkness of the night. /And pours in - creasing 



- This day be grateful homage paid, /And loud ho - sannas sung; Let gladness dwell in eve - ry heart, And praise on eve - ry tongue. 




p Oh ! what a night was that, which wrapt A sinful world in gloom! /Oh! what a Sun, which broke, this day. Triumphant from the tomb. 



4. Ten thousand thousand lips shall join To hail this wel - come morn, Which scatters blessings from it« wing To nations yet unborn. 



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104 



HABOR. C. M. 



2d ending./T' 3d ending.,^ 



1. Return, God of love, return ; Earth is a liresome place : How long shall we, thy children, mourn Oar absence - - - - from thy face ? 




r 3. —Thy wonders to thy servants shown, Make thine own work complete;/Thea shall our souls thy glory know. And own thy 




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Prince, Ride with majertic sway j;> Thy terror shall strike through thy foes,-= And make the world obey. 




12./' ' Thy throne, God, for - ever stands. Thy word of grace shall prove p A peaceful sceptre in thy hands, -=i:^To rule thy saints by love. 



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105 



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1. How oft, alas ! this wretched heart, Has wandered from the Lord ! How oft my roving tnoughts depart, 



Forgetful of his word. 



2. Yet sovereign mercy calls — ' Return,' Dear Lord, and may I come ? My vile in - grat - i - tude I mourn : Oh, take the wanderer home. 



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liEBANOlV. C. M. 



1. Lord, what is man — poor feeble man. Born of the earth at first? His life a shadow — light and vain. Still hastening to the dust. 

2. Oh! what is feeble dy - ing man. Or all his sinful race, That God should make it his concern To vis - it him with grace I — 






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To celebrate thv Draise, O Lord, I will my heart prepare ; To all the listening world, thy works, Thy wondrous works declare. 



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DORCHESTER. C. M. 



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1 2. Here springs of conso - lation rise To cheer the fainting mind; And thirsty souls receive supplies, And sweet re - freshment find. 

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1. Earlv, my God, without delay, I haste to seek thy face; My thirsty spirit fail 



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My ihirs - ty spirit faints a - way, Without thy cheering grace. 



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2. So pilgrims on die scorching sand, Beneath a burning sky. Long for a coolii 

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BURFORD. C- M. purceii. 



2. "vLord, thou hast scourged our guilt}' land ; Be - hold thy people mourn ; Shall vengeance ever guide thy hand, And mercy ne'er re - turn ? 

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2. Our Zi - on trembles at thy stroke. And dreads thy lifted hand ; -^JOh heal the people thou hast broke, And spare our guilty land. 



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1. Give thanks to God, the sovereign Lord, His mercies still endure : And be the King of Kings adored, His truth is ever sure His truth is 



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1. Oh, could our thoughts and wishes fly, Above these gloomy shades; To those bright worlds beyond the sky Which sorrow ne'er invades ■ 



4. Oh then, on faith's sub - lim -est wing-=cOur ardent aouls shall rise, -To those bright scenes, where pleasures spring, Immortal in the skies. 

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1. Thee we adore, 



nal name ; And humbly own to ihee, How feeble is our mor • tal frame, What dying worms are we ! 






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2. The year rolls round, and steals away The breath that first it gave ; Whate'er we do — where'er we be, We're travelling to the grave. 

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FERRY. C. M. 



1. Oh that the Lord would guide ray ways To keep his statutes still ! Oh that my God would grant me grace To know and do his will ! 



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write Thy law upon my heart ; Nor let my tongue indulge deceit, Nor act the li - ar's part. 



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4. Didst thou not raise my faith. Lord ? Then let thy truth appear : «/ Saints shall rejoice in my reward, ..--.-- 



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With reverence let the saints appear And bow before the Lord ; His high commands with reverence hear, And tremble at his word. 

PETERBOROUGH. C. M. 

1. Once more, my soul, the rising day, S.ilutss thy walcing eyes : Once more, my voice, thy tribute pay To him who rules the skies. 



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2. Night unto night his name repeats ; The day i 



; the sound, Wide as the heavens on which he 



the seasons 



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112 



MEMPHIS. C. M. 



G. F. Knbler 



1. Thee will I bless, Lord my GodjTo thee my voice I'll raise, Forever spread thy fame abroad, And daily sing thy praise — And daily sing thy praise. 



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1. To heaven I lift my waiting eyes, There all my hopes are laid ; The Lord who built the e 
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MARliOW. C. M. [Major.] 



113 







1. Let all the land with shouts of joy, To God their voices raise ; Sing psalms in honor of his name, And spread his glorious praise. 



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2. And let them say— How dreadful Lord, In all thy works art thou ! To thv great power ihy stubborn foes Shall all be forced to bow. 






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2(/ ending. 



This is the day the Lord hath made, He calls the hours his own ; Let heaven rejoice — let earth be glad, And praise surround his throne. 



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2. Can aught beneath a power dfvine The stubborn will subdue ? 'Tis thine, e - temal Spirit, thine, To form the heart 






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5. -^jf Oh ! change these wretched hearts of ours. And give them life divine; Then shall our passions and our powers, Almighty Lord be thine. 



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WICHOLS. C. M. 



1 Sing, all ye ransomed of the Lord, Your great Deliverer sing : Ye pilgrims, now for Zi - on bound. Be joyful in your King — Be joyful in your king. 

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2. His hand di - vine shall lead you on, Through all the blissful road ; Till to the sacred mount you rise, And see your gracious God— And see your gracious God. 



3. Bright garlands of immor - tal joy Shall bloom on every head ; => While si 



', sighing, and distress, — Like shadows, all are fled — Like shadows, all are fled. 



4. -'' M March on, in your Redeemer's strength, Pursue his footsteps still ; With joyful hope still fijT your eye 



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1 fix your eye On Zion's heavenly hill — On Zion's heavenly hill. 

HENRY. CM. s. p. Pond. 

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Tis bv thy strength the mountains stand, God of e - ter - nal Power ; The sea grows calm at thy command. And tem - pests cease to roar. 




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Oh 'twas a joyful sound to hear Our tribes devoutlv say, • Up, Israel, to the temple haste, And keep your festal day !' 



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nigh - ty Maker, God, New honors be addressed ; His great salvation shines a - broad, And makes the nations blest. 






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" Or noble' Elgin beats the h'eav'nward flame, 
The sweetest far of Scotia's holy lays." — Bcrss. 



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1. /To God, our strength, your voice, aloud, In 



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t Je - hovah — Jacob's God, Exalt in notes of praise — Exalt in notes of praise. 






Now let the gospel trumpet blow. On each ap - pointed feast, And teach his waiting church to know The Sabbath's sacred rest — ^The Sabbath's sacred rest. 

YORK. CM. John Milton, father of the Poet. 

1. Blest is the man who shuns the place. Where sinners love to meet ; Who fears to tread their wicked ways. And hates the scoffer's seat : — 



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2. But in the statutes of the Lord Has placed his chief delight ; By day he reads or hears the word. And meditates by night. 



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4. The various months thy goodness crowns ; How bounte ous are thy ways ! The bleating flocks spread o'er the dovms 




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The Lord is good, the heavenly king, 

He makes the earth his care ; 
Visits the pastures every spring, 

And bids the grass appear. 
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The times and seasons — days and hours, 

Heaven, earth, and air are thine; 
When clouds distil in fruitful showers, 

The author is divine. 
3 
The softened ridges of the field 

Permit the corn to spring; 
The valleys rich provision yield, 

And all the laborers sing. 

Church Psalmody, Ps. (>5th, Ath Pt. 



CONWAY. C. M. 



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Maiotain the honor of his word. The glory of his cross. Jesus, my God! I know his name, His name is all my tr*f Nor 

will ne put my soul to shame. Nor let my hope be lost 



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! her king; Let every heart prepare hin 



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2. Joy to the world — the S 



ir reigns. Let men their gongs employ ; While fields and floods — rocks, hills and plains Repeat the sounding joy— Repeat the sounding joy. 



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1. Lord, hear the voice of my complaint; Accept my 



prayer; To thee alone, my King, my God, Will 



for help repair. 






2. Thoo, in the morn, my Toice shall hear. And with the dawning day, To thee d« - voutly I'll look up, To thee devout - ly pray. 

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of the Lord, The tempest, fire and smoke— The tempest, fire and smoke; Not to the thunder of that woid. That God on Sinai spoke— That God on Sinai gpoke. 



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IS, praise the Lord, Each with a different tongue ; In every language learn his word, And let his name be sung. 



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Now let Je - ho -vah.be adored, On whom our hopes depend ; For who except the mighty Lord, His people can de - fend? 



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joy - ful sound to hear Our tribes devoutly say, ' Up, Is - rael to l! 



temple haste. And keep your fes ■ tal day !' 



2. At Salem's courts we must appear, With our assembled powers. In strong and beautious order ranged, Like her u - nit • ed lowers. 



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1. Sweet was the time, when first I felt The Saviour's pardoning blood, Apphed to cleanse my soul from guilt. And bring me home to God. 






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2. Soon as the morn the light revealed. His praises tuned my tongue; And when llie evening shades prevailed. His love was all iiiy son". 



ARMENIA. C. M. 



I. Lift op to God the voice of praise. Whose breath our souls inspired ; Loud and more loud the anthems raise, With grateful ardor fired. 

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2. Lift np to God the voioe of praise, Wliose goodness, passing thought. Loads every n 






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all ye lands, rejoice 



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Come, sound aloud Je - hovah's name, And in his strength rejoice ; When his salvation is our theme, Exalted be our voice — Exalted be our voice. 
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1. 1 'Oh praise the Lord — for he is good, In him 



rcy has through ages stood, And ev - er shall remain. 



2 Let all the people of the Lord His praises spread around; Let them his grace and love record, Who have sal - vation found. 

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ted meekly for the Lord, He bowed to hear my cry 



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1. "PI waited meekly lor the l^ora, ne oowca lo near my cry; ne saw me rebimg uu ins wuui, aiiu urouf;iu saiv;moa nign. 



3. ril spread his works cf grace abroad, The saints with joy shall hea 



s learn to make ray God Their only hope and fear. 



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CORONATION.* C. M. 



1. All hail the great Immanuel's name! Let angels prostrate fall: Bring forth the royal diadem. And crown him Lord of all — Bring fortli the royal diadem. And crown him Lord of all 



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spiration of the heavenly world woold join 



STAMFORD. C. M. 



j, 1. -TTo our almighty Maker, God, New honors be addressed; His great sahwtion shines abroad, And makes the nations blest. 

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\ 1. Sweet was the time, when first I felt The Saviour's pardoning blood, Applied to cleanse my soul from guilt. And bring me home to God. 



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2. Soon as the mom the light revealed. His praises tuned my tongue ; And when the evening shades pre - vailed, His love wa: 



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Come let us join our cheerful songs, With angels round the throne; Ten thoueand, thousand are dicir tongues. But all their joys are one — But all their joys are one. 

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JORDON. C. M IDouble.] 



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There is a land of pnre delight, Where saints immor - tal reign ; E - ter - nal dajr ex - eludes the night. And pleasures banish pain 




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relling flood, Stand dressed in living green : So to the Jews fair Canaan stood, While Jordan rolled between. 



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2. Let earth and all her charma depart, Unwortliy of the mind; In God alone this restless heart Enduring bliss 

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1. Awake, ray soul, to sound his praise, Awake, my harp, to sing ; Join, all my powers, the song to raise, And morning incense bring, And morning incense bring. 




2. Among the people of his care, And through the nations round. Glad songs of praise will I prepare, And there his name resound, And there his name resound. 




3. When shall the sovereign grace Of my forgiving God Restore me from those dangerous ways, My wandering feet have trod? 



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o 9UT God, And bless hLs sacred j 



all abroad. From day to day proclaim 






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2. Midst heathen nations place The glories of his throne ; And let the wonders of his grace Through all the earth be known. 



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I. /Thy name, almighty Lord, Shall sound through distant lauds ; Great is thy grace — and sure thy word ; Thy truth forever stands. 




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1. -^#•1 Hear thy word with love, And I woald fain obey; Lord, send thy Spirit from above To guide me lest I stray. 




2. Oh ' who can ever find The error of his ways ? Yet, with a bold presumptuous mmd, I would not dare transgress. 



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NEBO. S. M. 



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'See what a living stone The builders did refuse; — Yet God hath built his church thereon, In spite of envious Jews. 




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4. ' ' This is the glorious day That our Redeemer made: — Let us rejoice — and sing — and pray — Let all the church be glad. 



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135 



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. How gentle God's commands ! How kind his precepts are! Come, cast your burdens on the Lord, And trust his constant care. 



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2. His bounty will provide, His saints secure - ly dwell ; That hand which bears ere - a - tion up, Shall guard his children well, 



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us load i*ress down your weary mind ? Oh, seek your heavenly Father's throne. And peace and comfort find. 



4. His goodness stands approved. Unchanged from day to day ; I'll drop my burden at his feet. And bear a song a - way. 
COL.FORD. S. M. H. G. Nagel,. 



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I shall be well supplied; Since he is mine, and I am his. What can I 



2. He leads me to the place, U here heavenly pasture grows ;/ Where living waters gently pass, And full sal - vation flows. 



136 



PENTONVILLiE. S. JM. 



2d ending. 



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1. To bless thy chosen race, In mercy, Lord, incline ; And cause the brightness of thy face On all thy saints to shine ;- 







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2. / That so thy wondrous way May through the world be known ; While distant lands their homage pay. And thy salvation own. 



THATCHER. S. M. 



1. -^/"To God, in whom I trust, I lift my heart and voice ; Oh ! let me not be pat to shame. Nor let my foes regoice. 



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and his truth. The righteous Lord d'lsplays. In bringing wandering sinners home, And teaching them his ways. 



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ASBURY. S. M. 



137 



1. iol. The Lord my shepherd is; 



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1. How gentle God's coiimiaiids ! How kind bis precci)ts are ! Come, cast your burdens on tiic Lord, And trust liis constant care. 



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2 J ending. 



OL.MUTZ. S. M. 

\ Yoiir harps, ye trembling saints, Down from the Willows take; Loud to the praise of love divine, Bid every string awake. 






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CLAPTON. S. M. [Chant.] 



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2. Far be thine honor spread, And long thy praise endure ; Till morning light and evening shade Shall be exchanged no more. 
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CALiMAR. S. M. 



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1. Great ia the Lord on- God, And let his praise be great ; He makes the chnrches his abode, Hi^ most delightfQl seat. 



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DIMOJV. * S. M. 



1. Ye trembling captives hear! The gospel trumpet sounds : No music more can charm the ear, Or heal >ou.- heart-felt wounds, No music more can 




2. 'Tis not the trump of war, Nor Sinai's aw - ful roar ; Salvation's news it spreads afar, And vengeance is no more, Sal - vation's news it 




Forgiveness, love, and peace, 

charm the ear, Or heal your heart-felt wounds, (or) heart felt wounds. qj^^j heaven aloud proclaims ; 

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Ih ^bg'-S i r^ lJ I 11 I il i] I |-|J: I I I . I I I 1 ~|-P- With eager rapture, claims, 

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TT The saving news shall spread ; 
And Jesus all his willing bands. 
In glorious triumph lead. 

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* This tune is taken from " Occasional Psalm and Hymn Tunes." by permission of the proprietor of that work 




SSIEBA. S. M. 



1. Great is the Lord, our Ood, And let liis pruisc be great ; )Ie makes the churches his abode, His most delightful seat — His most delight - ful seat. 
2. In Zion God is known, A refuge in distress ;/• How bright has his salvation shone! ------ How fair his heavenly grace! 






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1. Great is the Lord, oar God, And let his praise be great ; He makes the charches his abode, His most delight - ful seat. 






PELHAM. S. M. [Double.] 




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•is mercv and his Jove Arc boundless as his name ; And ail e - ternity shall prove His truth remains the same — His truth remains the same, 

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SHA^VMIJT. S. M. [Chmnt.i 143 

2d ending. 
1. /Thy name, almighty LorJ, Shall sound through distant lands ; Great is thy grace — and sure thy word ; Thy truth forever stands. 



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SHIRLAJVD. S. M. 



1. Behold the n>orning san Begins hia glorious way ; His beams through all the nations run. And life and light convey. 



2. Dnt where the gospel c 



ight. It calls dead 



Trom their tombs, And gives the blind their sight. 



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144 



ELrTON. 8. M. 



the Lord! Oh! be lil 



Oh ! for the death of those Who slumber in the Lord ! Oh ! be like theirs my last repose, Like theirs my last reward. 




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/ Have mercy, Lord, on me, As thou wert ever kind ; Let me, oppressed with loads of guilt. Thy wonted mercy find. 



JLABAN. S. an. 



From ' Spiritual Songs.' X 40 

2d ending. 



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I, my BOul, till death Shall bring thee to thy God ; He'll take thee, at thy parting breath, Up to his blest abode. 

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And quite renounce thy feat 



bear ? Forgive, O Lord, lest we 



2. Shouldst thou severely judge, Who can the tri 




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LITTLE mARLBOROrGH. 8. M. 



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1, -^ff- To God, 



whom I trust, I lift my heart and voice ; Oh ! let me not be put to shame, Nor let my foes rejoice. 




2. Thy mercies and thy love, O Lord, recall to mind ; And graciously contin - ue still, As thou wert ev - er, kind. 



TROAS. S. M. 



* i S 






Seek his pro - tecting 



by night, His guardian hand by 



1. My son, know thou the Lord, Thy fatliere' God obey; occr. ma piu - ici;iiiig uuic uy lugm, ma guuiuiini naim u^ uav. 



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3. If thou wilt seek his face. His ear will hear thy cry ; Then shalt thou find his mercy sure 






grace for - ev - 






TEKOAH. S. M. 



.. Mason. \ zj.'^ 

2d ending. 



1. Exalt the Lord our God, And worship at his feet; His nature is all holiness, And mercy is his seat. 

2. When Israel was his church, When Aaron was his priest. When Moses cried —when Samuel prayed — -.-.-... >. He gave his people re«t. 



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S. M. 



Dr. Howard. 



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Of my forgiv - ing God Restore me from those dangerous ways, My vvandring feet have trod. 



' 4. ■^^- O keep my soul from death, Nor put my hope to shame, < For I have placed my only trust /• In my Redeemer's name. 



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1 48 MOO RFIELI>. S. M. church Psalmody, Ps. 148, 2d Pt. 

1. f • Let every 



join To praise th'eternal God ; Ye heavenly host, the song begin, And soand his name abroad — And sound his name abroad. 



vith golden beams. And moon, with paler rays ; Ye starry lights, ye twinkling fl 



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Shine to yonr Mak(>r'8 praise — Shine to your Maker's praise. 



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3. He built those worlds above And fixed their wondrous frame: By his command they stand or move, And ever speak his name — And ever speak his name. 



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4. By all his works above, His honors be expressed ; But saints, who taste his saving love, Should singliis praises I 

KADE8H. S. M. 



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Should sing his praises best. 
ending. 



1. Behold his wondrous grace ! And bless Jehovah's name : Ye servants of the Lord, his praise By day and night proclai 




3. Ye who his courts attend, There lift your hands on high: And let your songs of praise ascend. In strains of sacred joy. 






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1. Sing to the Lord most high, Let er - cry land adore ; With gratefnl heart and voice make known His g 



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d his power — His goodnetss and his power. 
4. Good is tho Lord our God ; His trnth and mercy sure ; And while e - ter - ni - ty shall last, His promises endure — His prom - ises endure. 



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2. To ever fragrant meads, Where rich a - bundance grows. His gracious hand 



dulgent leads. And guards my sweet repose 

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1. Ye trembling captives, hear! — The gospel trumpet soands: No 



1 more can charm the ear, Or heal your heart-felt wounds. Or heal your heart-felt wounds. 



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2rf beginning. 



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1. /Come — sound his praise abroad, And hymns of glory sing: Je - hovah is the sovereign God, The 



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2. "'^ Come — worship at hia throne, Come — bow before the Lord; — We are his work, and not ow own; He fornied us by his word. 






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BOYLSTOJV. S. M. 



li. Mason. J. O X 

2d ending. 



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)ur days are as the grass. Or like the morning flower ! Wlien blasting wind? sweep o'er the field, It withers in an iiour. 

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4. "/ But tliy compassions Lord, To eiidlfsa ycare endure; And children's cliildrcn ever find TIjy words of promise sure. 



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Church Psalmody, Hy. 298. L. Mason. 



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not the trump of war, Nor Sinai's awful oar; Salvation's news it spreads afar, And vengeance is no more. 



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152 



IKVERWESS. S. M. 



Church Psalmody, Hy. 248. L. Mason 



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my wandering soul. On restless wing to roam ; 



All this wide world, to either pole, Hag 



for thee a home. 



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2. Behold the ark of God ! Behold the open door 



Oh ! baste to gain that dear 



bode. And rove, my 



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There, safe thou shall 



bide. There, sweet shall be the rest, 



fied, With full sal - va - tion blest. 



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OL.NEY. S. M. 



Hymn 253. li. Mason. 



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. The Spirit in our hearts. Is whispering, ' Sinner, come ;' The bride, the church of Christ, proclai 



To all her children— ' Come !' 



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2. Let him that hcareth say To all about him, ' Come !' Let him that thirsts for righteousness. To Christ, the fountain, come'' 



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ev - cr will. Oh let him freely come. And freely drink the stream of life ; 'Tis Jesos bids him come, 
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thy hour , O blest Redeemer, come .' 



SUNBURY. S. in. IChant.] 



153 



iilgEiEliiPE 



1. When overwhelmed with grief, My heart within 



dies, Helpless and far from all relief, To heaven I lift my eyes. 



2. Oh ! lead me to the rock, That's high above ray head. And make the covert of thy wings, My shelter and my shade. 



3. Within thy presence. Lord, For - 



- er I'll a - bide ; Thou art the tow'r of my defence. The refuge where I hide. 



GOLDEN HILL. 




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S. M. 



Western Tunc. 



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lift my heart and voice ; Oh ! let me not be put to shame, Nor let my foes rejoice. 



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4. W- His mercy and his trHth, The righteous Lord display 



In bringing wandering sinners home, And teaching them his ways. 



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COMPTON S. M. ^ E.K.ProutT. 



1. The pity of the Lord To those that fear his name, Is such as tender parents feel — He knows our feebie frame. 




DOVKR. S. Itt. 



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1. Great is the Lord, our God, And let his praise be great ; He makes the charches hia abode, His most delight - ful seat. 







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155 



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1. <'"'• The Lord my shepherd 



I shall he well aapplied ; Since he is mine, and I 



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t 2. He leads me to the place, Where heavenly pasture grows ; Where living waters gently pass. And full sal - va - tion flows. 



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GERAR. S. M. 



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1. '"' Blest are the sons of peace. Whose hearts and hopes are one ; Whose kind de - signs 



ind please Through aH their ac - tions rnn. 



jf 4. Thns oil the heavenly hills The saints are blest above ;"■/ Where joy, like morn - ing dew, dis - tills, -=; And all the air is love. 

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156 



FORBES. S. M. 



G. J. Webb. 



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1. While my Re - deemer's near, My shepherd, and my guidi 



are all supplied. 






2. Dear shepherd, if I stray. My wandering feet restore ; And guard me with thy watchful eye, And let 



rove no more. 



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BliADENBURG. 



S. M. 



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1. Exalt the Lord our God, And worship at his feet ; His nature 




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God of ho - li - ness, And jealous for his name. 



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4. / Exalt the Lord our God, Whose grace is still the same ; 



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BEVERLY. S. M. 



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1. /• Let songs of endless praise From every nation rise ; Let all the lands their tribute raise, To God, who rules the skies. 



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2.P- His mercy and his love -= Are boundless as his name;/- And dl e - ter - ni - ty shall prove His truth remains the same. 



BOXFORD. S. M. 

n\ ^ n\ ^d ending. n^ 

1. Is this the kind return ? Are these the thanks we owe ? Thus to abuse e - ternal love. Whence all our blessings flow! 

' 4. Let past ingrat - i - tude Provoke our weeping eyes ; And hourly, as new mercies fall, Let hourly thanks arise. 

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158 



UTICA. S. M. 



1. ' ' Behold, the lofty sky Declarer its maker God ; And all the starry works on high Proclaim his power abroad. 

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2. The darkness and the light Still keep their course the same ; While night to day — and day to night, Divinely teach his name. 



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LISBON. S. M. 



Altered from Read. 



1 . Welcome, sweet day of rest, That saw the Lord arise ; Welcome to this reviving breast. And these rejoicing eyes — Welcome to this reviving breast. And these rejoicing eyes. 




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4. My willing soul would stay In such a frame as this, Till called to rise, and soar away. To everlasting bliss — Till called to rise, and soar away, To everlasting bliss. 
I a ^ g « <* S I G 9 8 5 7 



FAIRFIELD. S. 91. 



159 



./ The Saviour's glorious name Forev - er shall en - dure, Long as the sun, his matchless fame Shall ever stand se - cure. 

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3. O Israel, bless him still, His name to honor raise ; Let all the earth his glory fill, Midst songs of grateful praise. 




FROOME. S. M. 



I I 



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1. Oh bless the Lord, my soul! His grace to thee proclaim : And all tha^ is within me join To bless his ho - !y name — To bless his holy name. 



s bear in mind ; Forget not a!) his benefits : The Lord to thee is kind — The Lord to thee is kind. 



2. Oh bless the Lord, my soul ; His 

6 6 66 6 7 6 6 7 6 3~| 6 6 7 




IVATERTO^IVJV. S. M. 



ii^g^l^iliSigSiifig^-Si-^g^^^Si 



as: 



4. " Glorj to God on high. And heavenly peace on earth ; Good-will to men — to angels joy, At onr Redeemer'a birth — At our Redeemer's birth !" 

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SHEFFIELD. S. M. 161 

1. f t Oh ! bless the Lord, my soul, Let all with - in me join, And aid my tongue to bless his name, Whose fa - vors are di - vine. 

4. — He crowns thy life with love, When ransomed from the grave ; He, who redeemed my soul from hell, Hath sovereign power to save. 
6 7 ^ § II ^ I ® 7 

DUJVBAR. S. M. corciii. 



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1. When overwhelmed with grief. My heart within me dies. Helpless and far from all relief. To hi 



the rock That's high above my head, And make the covert of thy wings My shelter and my shade. 



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3 Within thy presence, Lord, For - ever I'll abide 



• of my defence 



The refuge where I hide. 



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162 



KAMBIA. S. M. 



S?55 



3 ' Our days are as the grass, Or like 



ing flower! Whea blasting winds sweep o'er the field, 



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4. "/But thy compassions, Lord, To endless years endure ; And children's children 



find Thy words of promise sure. 



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IVATCHMAN. S. M. Leach. 



3. My soul with patience waits. For thee, the living God ; My hopes are on thy promise built. Thy never failing word. 

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5. /Let Israel trust in God, No bounds his mercy kr.ows ; The plenteous source and spring from whence 



- temal succor flows. 



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BRIGHTOJV. L,. M. 6 lines. 



163 






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1. Blest who with generous pi - ty 



feel another's 



the poor man's 



s his ear, And wipes the helpless orphan 



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pi - ty, Lord, shall know. 






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Blest who with generous pity glows, 
Who learns to feel another's woes , 
Bows to the poor nnan's wants his ear, 
And wipes the helpless orphan's tear :— 
In every want — in every wo, 
Himself thy pity, Lord, shall know. 



Thy love his life shall guard — thy hand 
Give to his lot the chosen land ; 
Nor leave him, in the dreadful day. 
To unrelenting foes a prey. 
In sickness thou shall raise his head, 
Len-And make with tenderest care his bed. 



164 



SALISBURY* 



It, M. 6 lines. 



Subject from Haydn. 



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I. Great God ! this sacred day of thine Demands the soul's collect- ed powers ; With joy v 



r to thee resign These solemn, consecrated hours. 







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Oh may our souls adoring own The grace that calls us 



to thy throne. 




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All-seeing God ! thy piercing eye 

Can every secret thought explore ; 
May worldly cares our bosoms fly, 

And where thou art intrude no more : 
Oh may thy grace our spirit move, 
And fix our minds on things above ! 

3 
Thy Spirit's powerful aid impart, 

And bid thy word, with life divine, 
Engage the ear — and warm the heart ; 

Then shall the day indeed be thine : 
Our souls shall then adoring own 
The grace that calls us to thy throne, 

'^hurch Psolmody, Hy. 450 



EATOJV. L.. M. O lines. .vyvui 165 

1. M Awake, our souls — away, our fears, Let every trembling thought begone : Awake, and run the heavenly race, AnJ put a cheerful courage on — 



2. True, 'tis a straight and thorny road, And mortal spirits tire and faint ; But they forget the. mighty God, Who feeds the strength of every saint, 



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Awake, and run the heavenly race, And put 



cheerful courage on. 






they forget the mighty God, Who feeds the strength of every s 



SHE 



as a a i ' mi r v i ^ 



Od- Sing 



The mighty God, whose matchles power 

Is ever new, and ever young ; 
And firm endures, while endless years 

Their everlasting circles run. 
4 
From thee, the overflowing spring, 

Our souls shall drink a full supply ; 
While those who trust their native strength 

Shall melt away — and droop — and die. 

-. man no,.. ^,.,„Jth ..,„,.,. 5 

Swift as an eagle cuts the air, 
We'll mount aloft to thine abode ; 

On wings of love our souls shall fly, 
Nor tire amid the heavenly road. 

Church Psalmody, Hy. 878. 



it the beginning of the ti 



the 2d and 5tli ( 



166 



BEL.VIL.L.E. Li.M. 6 Hues. 



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1 The Lord my pasture shall prepare, And feed me with a shepherd's care ; His presence shall my wonts supply, And guard rae wiih with a watchful eye : 






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My noonday walks he shall attend. And all my midnight hours defend. 
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"When in the sultry glebe I famt, 
Or on the thirsty mountain pant, 
To fertile vales, and dewey meads 
My weary, wandering steps he leads ; 

PP Where peaceful rivers, soft and slow, 

— Amid the verdant landscape flow. 
3 
Though in the patiis of death I tread, 
"With gloomy horrors overspread, 

"^My steadfast heart shall fear no ill. 

For thou, O Lord, art with me still : 

Thy friendly rod shall give me aid, 

And guide me through the dreadful shade. 

4 

— Though in a bare and rugged way. 
Through devious lonely wilds I stray. 
Thy presence shall my pains beguile : 
The barren wilderness shall smile, 

"V With sudden greens and herbage crowned, 
And streams shall murmur all arouni. 

Church Pia'.modij, Ps. 23 



1 



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Arranged from a firogoritji Cbant. 



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167 



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I love the volume of thy word ; / ^^^l.1l light and jny those lea 



afford p To souls benighted and distressed ! — Thy precepts guide my ('.oubtful way, 






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ray, Thy promise leads my heart to rest. 

Igj-JT^-lZIjmj I JZIZZIZ; [ ~irjJr|Z My God, forgive my secret faults, 

■^-1 -r- ^ — J g — g> -t-J — ^ — Z^ ~'' And from presumptuous sins restrain : 



Thy fear forbids my 



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Thy thrcatnings wake my slumbering eyes 
And warn me where my danger lies ; 

But 'tis thy blessed gospel. Lord, 
That makes my guilty conscience clean, 
Converts my soul, subdues my sin, 
-= And gives a free, but large reward. 

3 
'Who knows the errors of his thoughts ? 






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mptu, 
iv Accept my poor attempts of praise, 
That I have read thy book of grace, 
And book of nature not in vain. 

Church Ptalmody, Pa. 19. Ut Ft. 



168 



St. HEIiBJV's. li. P. M. 



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' ^lipiililiMlliiiilpip^iiipipiliill^^li 

1. Let all the earth their voices raise, To sing a psalm of lofty praise, To sing and bless Je - hova 

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glory let the heathen know, 

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1 

Let all the earth their voices raise, 
To sing a psalm of lofty praise, 

To sing and bless Jehovah's name 
His glory let the heathen know, 
His wonders to the nations show. 

And all his saving works proclaim. 
2 
Oh ! haste the day — the glorious hour, 
When earth shnll feel his saving power, 

And barbarous nations fear bis name 
Then shall the race of man confess 
The beauty of his holiness, 

And in his courts his grace proclaim 

Church psalmody, Pa. 96. Ut Pt. 



MIDIAJV. 



li. P. M. 



169 






1. Let all the earth their voices raise, To sing a 



, To sing and bless Je - hovah's name ; His glory let the heathen know, 



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His wonders to the nations show, And all his saving -works proclaim. 



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1 

Let all the earth their voices raise, 
To sing a psalm of lofty praise. 

To sing and bless Jehovah's name ; 
His glory let the heathen know. 
His wonders to the nations show. 

And all his saving works proclaim. 
2 
Oh ! haste the day — the glorious hour, 
When earth shall feel his saving power. 

And barbarous nations fear his name : 
Then shall the race of man confess 
The beauty of his holiness, 

And in his courts his grace proclaim. 
Chtirch Psalmody, Hy. 96. Ut Pt. 



[B.A. C.-22] 



170 



I»rEWCOURT. li. p. M. 



Great God, the heavens well ordered frame Declares the glory of thy name ; There thy rich works of wonder shine : 



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/ 1. Let alltheeartiitbeirroicesrai.se. To sing a psalm of lofty praise, To sing and bless Je - ho - vah's name — To sing and bless Jehovah's name: 

^ 2. Ob! haste the day — the glorious hour. When earth shall feel his saving power. And barbarous na - tions fear liis name — And barbarous nations fear his name; 

His glory let the heathen know. His wonders to the nations show — the nations show, 
Then shall the race of man confess The beauty of his holi - ness — his ho - li - ness, 

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Then ihall the race of man confess The beauty of his ho - li - ness, -.... And in hii courts hia grace proclaim. 

His glory let the heathen know. His wonders to the nations shov 
Then shall the race of man confess The beauty of his ho - li - nes 



172 



ARIEL. 



C. P. M. 




heavenly strings, And vie wiih Gabriel, while he sings In 




* This tune is taken from ■' Occasional Psal 



I'd sing the precious blood he spilt, 
My ransom from the dreadful guilt 

Of sin and wraih divine: 
I'd sing his glorious righteousness. 
In which all-perfect, heavenly dress 

My soul shall ever shine. 



I'd sing the characters he bears, 
And all the forms of love he wears, 

Exalted on his throne : 
In loftiest songs of sweetest praise, 
I would to everlasting days 

Make all his glories known. 
4 
Well— the delightful day will come, 
When my dear Lord will bring me home, 

And I shall see his face : 
Then, with my Saviour, brother, friend, 
A blest eternity I'll spend, 

Triumphant in his grace. 

Church Psalmody, Ry. \ 



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1. O thou that hear'st the prayer of faith. Wilt thou 



soul from death. That casU itielf 



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But fly to what my Lord hath done. And suffered once for me. 

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Slain in the guilty sinner's stead, 
His spotless righteousness I plead, 

And his availing blood : 
That righteousness mv robe shall be, 
That merit shall atone for me, 
And bring me near to God. 
3 
Then save me from eternal death, 
The spirit of adoption breathe. 

His consolations send : 
By him some word of life impart, 
p And sweetly whisper to my heart, 
— ' Thy maker is thy friend.' 

"■^The king oi terrors then would be 
A welcome messenger to me. 
To bid "me come away : , 
/ Unclogged by earth, or earthly things, 
I'd mount, I'd fly, with eager wings, 
To everlasting day. 

Church Psalmody, Hy. 303 



174 



KEIV. 



C. P. M. 



Dr. Randall. 



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shall attend, 



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With holy joy I hail the day, 

That warns my thirsting soul away ; 

What transports fill my breast ! 
For, lo ! my great Redeemer's power 
Unfolds the everlasting door. 
And leads me to his rest ! 
3 
Hither, from earth's remotest end, 
Lo ! the redeemed of God ascend. 
Their tribute hither bring : 
•'' Here, crowned with everlasting joy, 
In hymns of praise their tongues employ, 
And hail th' immortal King. 

Church Psalmody, P$. 122 ith Pt 



AITHLO^E. 



C. P. M. 



German Tune. 



175 



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Slain in the guilty sinner's stead, 
His spotless righteousness I plead, 

And his availmg blood : 
That righteousness my robe shall be, 
That merit shall atone for me. 
And bring me near to God. 
3 
Then save me from eternal death, 
The spirit of adoption breathe, 

His consolations send : 
By him some word of life impart, 
p And sweetly whisper to my heart, 
— ' Thy maker is thy friend.' 

4 
""/The king of terrors then would be 
A welcome messt4iger to me, 
To bid me come away : 
/ Unclogged by earth, or earthly things, 
I'd mount, I'd fly, with eager wings, 
To everlasting day. 

Church P$almody, Hy. 303 



176 



RAPTrRE. C. P. M. 



1 I 'Begin, my soul, th'exalt - ed lay. Let each enraptured thought obey, And praise th' Almighty's name ; Lo ! heaven and earth, and seas and skies, 

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it abode, Ye clouds, proclaim your Maker God ; f ' I Ye thunders, speak his power : — Lo ! 



the lightning's fiery wing. 



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— Ye deeps, with roaring billows rise, 
To join the thunders of the skies, 

■^ Praise him, who bids you roll .- — 
P His praise in softer notes declare, 
PP Each whispering breeze of yielding air. 
And breathe it to the soul. 
4 

— Wake, all ye soaring throng, and sing ; 
Ye feathered warblers of the spring, 

•V Harmonious anthems raise 

To him who shaped your finer mould, 
Who tipped your glittering wings with gold, 
And tuned your voice to praise. 



/ Let 



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by nobler passions swayed, 
j^ei man, in God's own image made, 

His breath in praise emyloy ; 
Spread wide his Maker's name around, 
Till heaven shall echo back the .sound. 
In songs of holy joy. 

Chvreh Ptalmody, P$. H8. 



BETHEL. S. P. M. 



177 



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' ■ f How pleased and blest was I, To hear the people cry, ' Come, let us seek our God to-day !' Yes with a cheer - ful zeal, We haste to Zion's hill, 

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The sacred gos - pel's joy - ful sound — The sacred gospel's joyful sound 

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Here David's greater Son 

Has fixed his royal throne ; 
He sits for grace and judgment here : 

He bids the saints be glad, 

He makes the sinners sad, 
And humble souls rejoice with fear. 

4 
f May peace attend thy gate, 

And joy within thee wait 
To bless the soul of every guest : 

The man who seeks thy peace, 

And wishes thine increase, 
A thousand blessings on him rest ! 
5 

My tongue repeat her vows, 
P ' Peace to this sacred house !' 
For here my friends and kindred dwell : 

And since my glorious God 

Makes thee his blest abode, 
My soul shall ever love thee well. 

Church Psalmody^ Pa. 122. 5th Pt. 



178 



DAL.STOJV. S, p. M. 



A. Williams. 



\ 1. The Lord Jehovah reigns, And royal state maintains, His head with awful glories crowned ; Arrayed in robes of light. Begirt with sovereign might, And rays of majesty i round 



f 2. Upheld by thy commands. The world securely si 



1, And skies and stars obe^ thy word ; Thy throne was fixed on high Ere stars adorned the sky: Eternal is thy kingdo;r,. Lord. 



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1 3.-They go from strength to strength.Through this dark vale of tearSjTL'l each ai 



at lengthjTill each in heaven appearst/O glorious a«at,When God uur king Shall thitherbring Our willing feet. 

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f 2. Zion — thrice happy place, Adorned with wondrous grace. And walls of strength embrace tliee round: In thee our tribes appear To pray, and praise, and hear Tlie sacred gospel's joyful sound. 

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He gilds thy mourning face 

With beams which cannot fade : 
His all-resplendent grace 
He pours around thy head : 
The nations round I With lustre new 
Thy form shall view, | Divinely crowned. 
3 
In honor to his name. 

Reflect that sacred light ; 
And loud that grace proclaim, 

Which makes thy darkness bright : 
Pursue his praise, I In worlds above, 

Till sovereign love, | The glory raise. 

Church Psalmody, Hy. 526. 



MOAB. H. M. 181 

1. Let every creature join To bless Jehovah's name, And every power unite To swell th' exalted theme: Let nature raise, From every tongue, A general song Of grateful praise. 



i. Assist me, gracious God; My heart, my voice inspire ; Then shall I humbly join The universal choir: Thy grace can raise My heart and tongue, And tune my song to lively praiso 



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1. To Bpead one lacred day Where God and saints abide, Affords diviner joy Than thousand days beside: Where God r 



e To keep the door, than shine in courts. 



I 3. The Lord hi» people loves; His hand no good withholds From tliose his heart approves. From pure and upright souls:Thrice happy he, O God of hosts! Whose spirit trusts Alone in tliee. 



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1. M Awake, our dro\v-sy souls, And burst the slothful band; The wonders 



no - blest songs demand : 



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blissful rays / Bright seraphs hail, 



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— At thy approaching dawn, 
Reluctant death resigned 
-^ The glorious Prince of life, 
=- In dark domains confined : 
-== Th' angelic host around him bends, 
■'■ And midst their shouis the God ascends. 
3 
All hail, triumphant Lord! 
Heaven with hosannas rings ; 
:=- While earth in humbler strains, 
— Thy praise responsive sings : — 
:=- " Worthy art thou, who once wast slain, 
-'' Tltrough endless years to live and reign." 

4 
— Gird on, great God thy sword, 
Ascend thy conquering car, 
While justice, truth, and love. 
Maintain the glorious war: 
"Victorious, thou thy foes shall tread, 
And sin and hell in triumph lead. 

Church Psalmody, Hy. 451. 



MURRAY. Jl. M. 



183 






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2. ' f Welcome, delightful morn ! Thou day of sacred rest ; I hail thy kind return ; f Lord, make these moments blest. 



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' ' Now may the King descend, 
And fill his throne of grace ; 
Thy sceptre Lord, extend, 

\ Wiiiie saints address thy face : 
-=: Let sinners feel thy quickening word, 
/ And learn to know and fear the Lord. 
3 

"^ \ Descend, ceiestial Dove, 

With all thy quickening powers ; 
Disclose a Saviour's love, 

\ And bless these sacred hours : 

f Then shall my soul new life obtain, 

Nor Sabbaths be indulged in vain. 

Church Psalmody, Hy 442. 



184 



IVEYMOUTH. H. M. 



H. Harrison' 



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1. f f Awake, our drowsy souls, And burst the slothful band ; The wonders of this day 






Our noblest songs demand : 






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—At thy approaching dawn, Reluctant death resigned 



In dark domains confined: 




-=: Auspicious morn! thy blissful rays / Bright seraphs hail, in songs ot praise. Auspicious morn ! thy blissful rays Bright seraphs hail, in songs of praise. 



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-= Th' angelic host aroufid him bends, / And midst their shouts the God ascends, Th' angelic host around him bends, And midst their shouts the God ascends. 



HARWICH. H. M. [IVo. 1.] 



185 



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Give thanks to God most high, The universal Lord; The sovereign King of kings: And be his grace adored. Thy mercy, Lord, shall still endure. And ever sure Abides thy word. 



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e thanks aloud to God, To God the heavenly King; And let the spacious earth. His works and glor 



ig. Thy mercy. Lord, shall still endure; And eve 



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' ' ■ 'y creature join To bless Jehovah's name, And every power unite To swell th' exalted theme: Let nature raise, From every tongue, A general song Of grateful praise. 



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1. To spend one sacred day Where God and saints abide, Aflords diviner joy. Than thousand days beside: Where God n 



e To keep the door. Than shine in a 



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BETHESDA. H. M. 



187 



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H f Ye tribes of Adam, join With heaven, and earth, and seas, And offer notes divine To your Creator's praise! Ye holy throng Of angels bright, In worlds of light begin the si 






2. The shining worlds above In glorious order stand. Or in swift c( 



e Bv his supreme command; He spake the word, And all their frame From nothing came to praise the Lord 



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Bright, 6ic. 
l.MHow pleasing is the voice of God, our heavenly King, Who bids the frosts retire, And wakes the lovely spring! Bright suns arise, 



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Through earth and skies. 



The morn, with glory crouned, 

His hand arrays in smiles : 
He bids the eve decline, 
Rejoicing o'er the hills : 
The evening breeze I His beauty blooms 
His breath perfumes ; [ In flowers and trees 
3 
With life he clothes the spring,. 

The earth with summer warms : 
He spreads th' autumnal feast, 
And rides on wintry storms : 
• His gifts divine I And round the year 

Through all appear; | His glories shine. 

Church Psalmody, Hy. 690 



HADDAM. H. M. 



189 



The Lord Jehovah reigns. His throne is built on high; Tlie garments lie assamcB Are light and majesty; His glories shine With beams so bright. No mortal eye Can bear the sight. 

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I 4. PAnd can this mighty King Of glory condescendl And will he write his name, ' My father, and my friendV /I love his name! I love his word! Join all my powers, and praise the Lord. 



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Ye boundless realms of joy. Exalt your Maker's name: His praise your songs employ. Above the starry frame: Your voices raise, Ye cherubium. And seraphim. To sing his praise. 



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CLAKEMOJVT. H. M. 



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But oh ! from human tongues 
Should nobler praises flow; 
And every thankful heart 
With warm devotion glow! 
Your voices raise, I Above the rest 
Ye highly blest, | Declare his praise 
3 
Assist me, gracious God; 

My heart, my voice inspire ; 
Then shall I humbly join 
The universal choir : 
Thy grace can raise | And tune my song 
My heart and tongue, | To lively praise. 

Church Psalmody, Hy. 719 



song Of grateful praise. 



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1. Yes! the Redeemer rose, The Saviour left the dead, And o'er c 



hellish foes High raised his 



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J«sus who bled, 



Behold ih' angelic bands 
In full assembly meet, 
To wait his high commands, 
And worship at his feet. 
Joyful they come, I From realms of day 

And wing their way | To Jesus' tomb. 
3 
Then back to heaven they fly 
The joyful news to bear — 
Hark ! — as they soar on high, 
What music fills the air ! 
Their anthems say — I Hath left the dead 

I Swg .mall not... , ' 

' " Jesus, who bled, 



He rose to day." 



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Ye mortals ! catch the sound — 
Redeemed by him from hell. 
And send the echo round 

The globe on which you dwell ; 
Transported, cry — I Haih left the dead,'^ 

i «' Jesus, who bled, I ' No more to die." 

Church Psalmody, Hy. 127 



102 



Very slow. 



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1. Come, said Je - sus' sacred voice, Come, and make my paths your choice : I will guide you to your home — Weary pilgrims ! hither come. 



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humbly bow ; Oh do not 



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3. Lord, on thee our souls depend ; 

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mpassion now descend ; Fill our hearts with thy rich grace ! m/ Tune our lips to sing tliy praise. 



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HOTHAM. rs. [Double.) 



193 



1. Jesus, Saviour of my soul, Let me to thy bosom fly ; While the raging billows roll, While the tempest still is high : All my trust on 




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2. Other refuge have I none — Helpless hangs my soul on thee: Leave, oh ! leave me not alone! Still support and cemfort me. Hide me, O my 




thee is stayed; All my help from thee I bring: Cover my defenceless head With the shadow of thy wing — With the shadow of thy wing. 







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Saviour ! hide, Till the storm of life be past ; Safe in - to the haven guide ; Oh, r 



1 my soul at last ! — Oh, receive my soul at last '. 



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Keep me, Saviour, near thy side, Let thy counsel be my guide ; Never let me from thee rove, Sweetly draw me by thy love. 



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2. 'Tis an ever varied flood, Always rolling to its sea; Slow, or quick, or mild, or rude. Tending to e - ter - ni - ty. 



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Tree of life, thine influence shed, With thy fruit my spirit feed. 

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Son of God, thy blessing grant, 
Still supply my every want ; 
Tree of life, thine influence shed, 
With thy fruit my spirit feed. 



p- Tendereet branch, alas! am 1 ; 
Without thee, I droop and die ; • 
Weaker than a bruised reed, 
Help I every moment need. 
3 
— All my hopes on thee depend ; 
Love me, save me, to the end ! 
Give me thy supporting grace, 
Take the everlasting praise. 

Church Psalmody, IT]/. 364 



BEI.L,INGHAM. »«• 



2d ending. 



197 



God of mercy, God of grace ! Hear our sad, repentant songs, Oh, restore thy suppliant race, Thou, to whom our praise belongs. 

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1. -W Lord, we come bo - fore thee now ; At thy feet we humbly bow ; Oh do not our suit disdain ! Shall we seek thee, Lord, in vain — Shall we seek thee, Lord, in vaiu ? 



2. Lord, on thee onr souls depend ; In compassion now descend ; Fill our hearts with thy rich grace ; '"/Tune oar lips t* sing thy praise — Tune our lips to sing thy praia 



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Keep Die, Saviour, near thy feide. Let thy couBsel be my guide *' ' ' /• .. o. ., , o. ., , „ . . ... 



let me from thee rove, Sweetly draw me — Sweetly draw me — Sweetly draw me by thy love 






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1. <'i"'To thy pastures, fair and large. Heavenly Shepherd, lead thy charge ; And my couch, with tenderest eare, Midst the springing grass prepare. 

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1. Praise the Lord — his glo - ry bless — Praise him in his ho - li - nes» ; Praise him as the theme inspires. Praise him as his fame requires. 



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1. Come! said Jesug' sacred voice, Come \d<I make my paths yonr choice : I will guide yon to your home — Weiiry pil - grims! hither come 
f 2. Hither come — for here is found Balm for every bleeding wound, Peace, which ever shall ondurc — Heat, e - ter - nal — sacred — sure ! 



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Holy, holy, holy Lord! Live, by heaven and earth adored ! Filled with thee, let all things cry, Glo - ry be to God most high. 




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1. Children of the heavenly Kins^. A> ve journev, sweeilv sing ; Sing your Saviour's worthy praise, Glorious in his works and ways, Glorious in his woik^ and v. avs. 



2 Ye are travelling home to God, In the way the fathers trod ; They are happy now, and ye Soon their happiness shall see, Soon their happiness shall s 



1. Christ, the Lord, is ri 



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203 

2d ending. 



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. aod angels, say! liaise your songs of 



niph high ; Sing, ye heavens — and earth, reply ! 



2. Love's redeeming work is done. Fought the fight — the hattle won : Lo ! our sun's eclipse is o'er — Lo ! he sets in blood no more. 

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1. Haste, O Lord, the glorious tiine, When beneath Messiah's sway. Every notion, every clime, Shall the gospel call obey. Slow. 

2. Then shall war and tainult cease, Then bo banished grief and p:iin ; Righteousness, and joy, and peace. Undisturbed - - • shall ever reign. 
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204 

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1. Praise to God' — im - mortal pi aise, For the love that crowns our days : Boanteous Source of everj joy. Let thy praise onr tongues employ. 






2. All that spring, with bounteotis hand. Scatters o'er the smiling land ; All that liberal autumn ponrsFrom her rich, o'erflow'mg stores- 






3. These, to that dear Source we owe Whence our sweetest comforts flow ; Thes3, through all my happy days. Claim my cheerful songs of praise. 



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1. On thy church, O Power divine, Cause thy glorious face to shine ; Till the nations from afar Hail her as their guiding % 



2./- Then shall God, with lavish hand, Scatter blessings o'er the land ; And the world's remotest bound With the voice of praise resound. 




Allegro Moderate. 



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E ZpZZ^jjJ: Praise the Lord— for he hath spoken; 
Worlds his miglity voice obeyed J 
Laws which never can be broken, 
For their guidance he hath made. 

3 Hallelujah, Amen. 
Praise the Lord — for he is glorious; 
Amen. Never shall his promise fail; 

_^ God hath made his saints victorious, 

r|xBI Sin and death shall not prevail. 
Jj_ 4 Hallelujah, Amep. 

Praise the God of our salvation, 

Hosts on high his power proclaim, 
Heaven and earth, and all creation, 
Praise and magnify his name ! 

Hallelujah, Amen. 
Church Psalmody, Ps. 148, 6th pi 
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206 



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5. By thine all-sufficient merit, Guide, Oh, guide into tby perfect peace. 



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Thon, of life and light Cre 

In our deepest darkness rise ; 
Scatter all the night of nature, 

Pour the day npon our eyes. 
3 
Still we wait for thine appearing ; 

Life and joy thy beams impart 
Chasing all our fears, and cheering 

Every meek and contrite heart. 
4 
Save us, in thy great compassion, 

Oh thon Prince of peace and love J 
Give the knowledge of salvation. 

Fix our hearts on things above. 
5 
By thine all-.snfficient merit. 

Every hardened sonl release; 
Every weary, wandering spirit 

Guide into thy perfect peace. 

Church Psalmody, llj. 123 



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1. Saviour, soarce of every blessing. Tune my heart to grateful lays ; Streams of mercy, 



ceasing, Call for ceaseless songs of praise. 



2. Teach me aome melodions measure. Sung bv raptured saints above ; Fill my soul with sacred pleasure, While I sing redeeming love. 

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2(1 ending. 



iiltUSi 



1. Lo ! the Lord Jehovah hveth ! He's my rock, I bless his name : He, my God, salva - tion giveth ; All ye lands, exalt his fame. p. Slow. 



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2. God, Messiah's cause maiHtaining, Shall his righteous throne extend : O'er the \>orld the Saviour reigning, Earth shall at his footstool bend. j>. Slow. 



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\ 4 Ve* ogajn we hope to meet thee, When the day of life is fled, Then, in heaven, wjrh joy to greet thee. Where no farewell tear is shed. 

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209 



F^ fr^ mortal cares retreat -ing, Sordid hopes a"?d v^ XireT) From the Fount of glory beaming, Light celestial cheers our eyes ; 
Here, our willing footsteps meeting, Every heart to heaven aspires. ) ^*"'6J &>& j> 



Mercy from above proclaiming, Peace and pardon from the skies. 



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210 



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1. Glorious things of thee are spoken, Zion, city of our God ; He, whose word can ne er be broken, Chose thee for his own abode. 



3. On the rock of a - ges founded, What can shake her sure repose.' With salvation's wall surrounded, She can smile at all her foes. 






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1. "'/Songs anew of honor framing. Sing ye to the Lord alone ; 

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All hia wondrous works proclaiming — Jesus wondrous works hath done : J Glorions victory — Glorious victory — His right hand and arm have won. 



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2 Praise the Lord — for he hath spoken ; 

Worlds his mighty voice obeyed; 
Laws which never can be broken, 
For their guidance he hath made. 

Hallelujah, Amen, 

3 Praise the Lord — for he is glorious ; 

Never shall his promise fail ; 
God hath made his saints victorious, 
Sin and death shall not prevail. 

Hallelujah, Amen. 

4 Praise the God of our salvalion, 

Hosts on high his power proclaim ; 
Heaven and earth and all creation, 
Praise and magnify his name; 

Hallelujah, Amen 
Church Psalmody, }'$. 143, 6th Pt. 



212 _ 



SMYIiNA. Ss & Ts. 



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1. Saviour, source of every blessing, Tune my hea 



grateful lays ; Etreams of mercy, never ceasini?. Call for ceaseless songs ofpra 



3. Thou didst seek me when a stranger. Wandering from the fold of God ; Thou, to save my soul from danger. Didst redeem me with thy blood. 



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1. Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing; Fill our hearts with joy and peace ! Let us, each thy love possess - 



Triumph in redeeming grace ; 



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2</ ending. 



Oh refresh ua — O refresh ns, Travelling through this wilderness. 

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Thanks we give, and adoration. 
For thy gospel's joyful sound; 

May the fruits of thy salvation 
In our hearts and lives abound ! 

May thy presence 
With us evermore be found ! 

3 

Then, whene'er the signal's given, 

Us from earth to call away, 

/ Borne on angels' wings to heaven, 

Glad the summons to obey — 

"'P- May we ever 

'"/ Reign wjth Christ in endless day' 

Church Psalmody, Ilj. J 



214 



SARID. 8s, 7s & 4. 



^ Glorious victory — 



">/■ Songs anew of honor framing. Sing ye 






e Lord alone; All his wondrous works proclaiming — Jesus wondrous works hath done ! 



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'/- Now he bids his great salvation 

Through the heathen lands be told : 
Tidings spread through every nation, 
And his acts of grace unfold: 

All the heathen 

Shall his righteousness behold. 



ff- Shout aloud— and hail the Saviour ; 
Jesus, Lord of all proclaim! 
As ye triumph in his favor, 
Ail ye lands declare his fame. 

Loud rejoicing 

Shout the honors of his name ! 

Church Pialmodu, Ps 9^, 5lh j 



Glorious victory — 



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OlilPHAWT. 8s, 7s &. 4. 



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SOLO. TUTTt. id ending. 

Bread of heaven, Bread of heaven. Feed me till I want no more — Feed me till I want no more. 

Strong Deliverer — Strong Deliverer, Be thoa still my strength and shield — Be thcu still my strength and shield. 

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Songs of praises. 



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ptive — Mourning captive ! -= God himself shall loose thy bands. 
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/ Lo ! thy son is risen in glory, 
God himself appears thy friend ; 
All thy foes shall flee before tliee ; 
Here their hoasted triumplis end : 

Great deliverance 
Zion's King will surely send. 
' 3 
Enemies no more shall trouble ; 

All thy wrongs shall be redressed : 
For thy shame thou shalt have double, 
In thy Maker's favo:* blest ; 
All thy conflicts 
Ltn End in an eternal rest. 

Church Psalmody, By. 523 



Very slow. 






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p. m. f. p. Len. 

ZIOIV. 8s, 78 & 4. ^ 






1. On the mountain's top appear 
Welcome news to Zion bei 



2. Lo! thy son is risen m elory! God himself appears thy friend; > ^ . j i- rj- , rr- i r . j /- . j i- rr- < f n i j 

.ii.L r I. 11 a ur .u u .u- v. . j.- i. .? Great deliverance Zion's Kmg vouchsafes to send — Great deliverance Zion's Kins wil sure y send. 
All thy foes shall flee before thee; Here their boasted triumphs end: 5 » a j 



.Ltn. 

■ All thy conflicts i End in an eternal rest. 

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218 



J^IBERIA. 8s, 7s & 4 



1. O'er tlic gloomy hills of darkness, Look, my soul — be still, and gaze; Seethe promises advancing To a glorious day of grace! 



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2. — Let the dark, l>enighted pagan, Let the rude barbarian, 



see That divine and glorious conquest Once obtained on Cal - va - ry : 



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/ Blessed Jubilee — Blessed Jubilee ! Let thy glorious morning dawn ! 



Let the gospel— Let the 



gospel /Loud resound, from pole to pole. 
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Kingdoms wide, that sit in darkness 
Grant them, Lord, the glorious light; 

Now, from eastern coast to western, 
May the morning chase the night ; 

Let redemption, 
Freely^ purchased, win the day ! 



/ Fly abroad, thou mighty gospel ; 
Wm and conquer — never cease ! 
May thy lasting, wide dominions 
Multiply, and still increase : 

Sway tiiy sceptre, 
Saviour, ;ii! the worid nrnniid ' 

Church Psatmodij, fly 4-J3 



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219 



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'lou mighty gospel; Win and conquer — never cease ' Sway thy sceptre — Sway thy sceptre. Saviour, all the world aroand ! 



4./ Fly abroad, ill 

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Multiply and still increase : 



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]\aiional Hymn. 



Words by S K. Sinilh. 



] My country ! 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberlv — Of thee I sing : Land, where ray fathers died; Land of the pilgrim's pride; From every moaatain-side, Let freedom ring 
j 2. My native country ! thee — Land of the noble free — Thy name I love : I love thy rocks and rills. Thy wcsds and templed hills ; My heart with rapture thrills, Like that above 



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4. Our father's God! to thee — Author of liberty! To thee we sing; Long may our land be bright. With freedom's holy light — Protect us by thy might. Great God, i 

ITALiIAN HYMN. 69 & 48. ctodim. 



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V Come, thou almighty King, Help us thy name losing. Help us to praise ; Father all gloriotis. O'er all victorious. Come and reign overns. Ancient of Days. 

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1. ConiP, all ye saints of God! Wide tliiougli llieeailli abroad, Spread Jesus' fame: Tell wliat his loveliath done; Trust in liis name alone: Sliout to his lofty throae,"Woithy the Lamb. ' 



Ience,glooniv doubts and fears! Dry up your mournful tears; Swell the glad theme: Praise ye our gracious King, Strike each melodious string, Join heart and voice to sin'»,"Worthy the Lamb." 
HarlC. how the choirs above. Filled with the Saviour's love. Dwell on his namelmThere, too, maywe be found,\Vith light and glory crowned,/\Vhile all the heavens resound," Worthy the Lamb " 



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Church Psalm. Ps. 150, 4th Pt. 



Praise ye Jehovah's name, Praise thro' his courts proclaim. Rise and adore: High o'er the heavens above, Sound bis great acts of love. While his rich grace v^■e prove, Vast as his power 
Now let the trumpet raise Sounds of triumphant praise, Wide as his fame; There let the harp be found ; Organs, with solemn sound. Roll your deep notes around, Filled with his name. 
While his high praise ye sing. Shake every sounding string; Sweet the accord! He vital breath bestows; Let every breath that flows, J lis noblest fame disclose — Praise ye the Lord. 

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kindness, the gifts of God are strown; The heathen in his blindness, Bows down to wood and stono. 



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Shall we, whose sonls are lighted 

By wisdom from on high — 
Shall we to man benighted 

Tht lamp of life deny r— 
/". Salvation ! — oh, salvation ! 

Thejoyfal sound proclaim, 
Till earth's remotest nation 

Has learnt Messiah-s name. 



Waft — waft, ye winds, his story ; 

And you, ye waters, roll, 
'fill, like a sea of glory, 

It spreads from pole to pole ; 

The Lamb for sinners slain. 
Redeemer, Kinc Creator, 
Returns in bliss to reign. 

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CLARENCE, fs & Os. 



i223 



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1- When shall the voice of 



singing Flow joyfully 



long ? When hill and valley, 



ringing With one tri - umphant song, 



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ded, Ana him \vh 



e was slain, Again to earth de 



scendod, In righteousness to reign ? 




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High tower and lowly dwelling Shall send the chorus round, All halle - lujah swelling In one e - ter - nal sound ! 

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YARMOUTH. rs & Os 




Church Psalm. Hy. 538. 

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I. When shall the voice of singing Flow joy-ful-ly along? When bill and valley. 



With one triumphant song, Proclaim the ci 



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Shall send the chorus round, All hallelujah swelling— All hallelujah swelling— All hallelujah Fwellinc, In one eternal sound! 



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Rise, my soul, stretch out thy wings, Thy better portion trace; Rise from tran - si 



- ry things, To heaven thy native place. 



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Sun and moon and stars decay. Time shall soon this earth remove ; Rise my soul, and haste away. To seats prop:;red al)Ove. 



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226 



RICHMOND, rs & 68 



To the hills, I lift my eyes, The ev - er - lasting hills ; Streaming thence in fresh supplies, My soul the spirit feels 



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Will hs not his help afford ? Help, while yet I ask, 



iven ; God comes down : the God and Lord That made boi'.i earth and licavcn. 






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^Head or the church triumphant.' [Hymn.] 



227 



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L 1. ""/I I Head of the cl 



h triuinphaat. We joyfully adore thee; Till tliou appear, thy members liere. Shall sing like tliose in glo - ry. We lift our hearts and 



2. While in afflictioa'i furnace, And pasaing through the fire, Thy Ioto we praise, that knows our days. And ever brings U3 nigher. We lift our hands, ex - ult - 




'^l^^lg^SHI 



In thine almig.Vty bfor; The love 



^, that made us thine, Shall keep us thine forever. 



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2 Unison. 3 Uni$on. 



3. Thou dost conduct thy people 

Through torrents of temptation ; 
Nor will we fear, while thou art near. 

The fire of tribulation. 
The world, with sin and Satan, 

In vain our march opposes ; 
By thee we will break through them all, 

And sing the song of Moses. 

4. Faith now beholds the glory, 

To which thou wilt restore us, 
And earth despise, for that high prize, 

Which thou hast set before us. 
And if thou count us worthy, 

We each, as dying Stephen, 
Shall see thee stand at God's right hana 

To take us up to heaven. 

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228 BETHI^EHEM. 5s & Ss. 



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8. Still on thy ho - ly word, We'll live, and feed, and grow ; Go oa to know the Lord, And practise what we know. 



4, Now, Lord, before 



part, Help 



bless thy 

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e ; Let every toneae and heart. Praise ana a ioro the 

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WII.WORTH. 



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My gracioiia Redeemer 



love. His praiaea aloud I'll proclaim, And join with the a 



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3. Awake, then, ray harp and my late ! Sweet organs your notes softly swell ! No longer my lips shall be mute, The Saviour's high praises to tell ! 




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#4. mpThere shall I bathe my weary soul In seas of heavenly rest ; And not a w-ave of trouble roll iefiAcross my peaceful breast. Across my peacjfu! breast. 

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232 



WAYLilND 8s&4». 



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I 1. Hark, hark! the gospel trumpet sounds. Through earth and heaven the echo bounds; Pardon and peace by Jesus' blood ! Sinners are reconciled to God, By grace divine. 
. Come, sinnffi^, hear the joyful news, Nor longer dare the grace refuse; Mercy and justice here combine. Goodness and truth harmonious join, T'invite yon near. 



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3. Ye saints in glory, strike the lyre : Ye mortala, catch the sacred fire ; Let both the Saviour's lore proclaim — For - ever worthy is the Lamb Of endless praise. 

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1. Create, O God, my power 



, Make my whole hear 



e not in wrath away, Nor let thy soul-enlivening ray Still cease to shine. 



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e thy fevor, bliss divine! Those heavenly joys that 



; Let thy good Spirit, kind and free. Uphold and guide my steps to thee, Thou God of love. 



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SYRIA.^ 5s ^ lOs. 233 



battle ■ sound Was heard the earth 



)und, No hos 



tile chiefs to furi( 



combat ran ; But peaceful was the night, 






2. No conqu'ror's sword he bore, Nor 



wore. Nor haugh - ty passions 



wild. In peace and love he came, 




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I — 1 — j:iizitLq=n:T::^ j^zzi-r-1 — ^-i=^ — ■ j 3 Unwilling kings 

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ngs oneyed, 



which the Prince of light 



of peace upon the earth be 



And called their bloody legions frona the 
In silent awe they wait. 

gate, [yield. 

homage thus they 



1 Q 1 — I I •"[**• — , — — T I 1 — I , — -T— . — 7— J- fi j — And close the warrior's | 

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^ -s - - - - - ^ ,p|^^ peaceful conqu'ror i 

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4 The peaceful conqu'ror goes, 
" ' is foes, 

armories above. 



And gentle was hi 




the earth he spread by 



^_ Submissive at his feet, [and love. 

— -^-1^^ ^-j -— -f-j- — fS^^JI r And strife and hate are changed to peace 

— 1 ■** - Thf id. 3<Z and Xth itanza» added by II. O. O. Dwight, 

Miiiion iry in ( 'onstanthwple. 
The God of Abraliaia pr.^i^e.■' .■\leiliodist Hymn Book. Hy. 295- 



;, this tunc will answei- for the 



234 

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SAVANNAH, ■««' 



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^ From Jesse'a root, behold a branch arise Who3e sacred flow'r with fr 



Is the skies; The sick and weak, the healing plan! shall aid, From storms a shelter, and from heat a shade 



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HAVRE. 10s. 



oiig the banks where Babel's current flows. Our captive hands in deep despondence sti-ajed. While Zion's fall in sad remembrance rose, Ucr friends, her chililren, mingled with tlu- dead. 



f 2. The tiinelessharp, that once with joy we strung,'"/ When praise employed and mirth inspired the lav,' In mournful silence — o'l the willows hung, '-'"And growing grief prolonged the tedious day. 
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W^HITBY. 109. 



235 



1. f 1 Hail happy day! thou day of holy rest, What heavenly peace and transport fill our breast! When Christ, the God of grace, in love descends. And kindly holds communion with his friends. 



2. Let earth and all its vanities be gone. Move from my sight and leave my soal alone; Its flattering, fadin; 



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I despise, And 

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immortal beauti«9 turn my eyes 



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OSBORNE. lOs. & lis. 



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O praise ye the Lord! prepare yonrgiad voice, His praise in the great assembly to sing; In their great Creator let all men rejoice, And heirs of salvation be glad in their King. 



23(J 



LiYOa'S. l»s ^ •<» 






Oh ! praise ye the Lord, prepare a new song, And let all his 



n full concert join; With voices onited, the anthem prolong. And show forth his praises in music divine. 



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FERNANDIXA. 



lOs & lis. 



1. Ye servants of God, yonr Master ffroclaim, And publish abroad his wonderfnl name; The name all-victorious of Jesus extol ; His kingdom is glorious, he roles over all. 



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2. God ruleth on high, almighty to save; And still he is nigh — hispresence we have: The great congregation his triumph shall sing. Ascribing salvation to Jesus our king. 



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House of our God, with cheerful anthems ring, While all our lips and hearts his glory sing ; The opening year his graces shall j)roclHiti>, 



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And all its days be vocal with his name : The Lord is good, his mercy • never ending ; His blessings in perpetual showers descending. 






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238 



PORTUGUESE HYMJV. tu. 



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The Lord is our shepherd, oui 



guardian and guide, What - ever we want, he will 



kindly provide ; 



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<( pasture his mercies abound, His caie and protection, His care and protection, His care and protection his flock will surround. 



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WIL,TON. tOs, or lOs & lis. [6 lines.] 




239 



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Not to OUR names, thou only just and true, Not to ooii worthless names is glory due ; Thy power and grace, thy truth and justice, claim. 



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Immortal honors to thy sovereign name. Shine tnro' the earth, from heaven thy blest abode, Nor let the heathen say, " Where is your God." 



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Larghettf 



BROOMFIELiD.* L.. M. 6 lines. 



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., The Lord my pasture shall prepare. And feed i 



Bupply, And guard me with 



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2. When in the snltry gle' 



1 the snltry glebe I faint. Or 



fertile Tales, and dewy meads My weary, wandering steps he leads; 







pp.Wliere peacefiJ rivers, soft and slow, — Amid tlie verdant landscape flow. 

i^iiilPPiiliiliiliiiiiiililgic 



Though in the paths of death I tread, 
With gloomy horrors overspread, 

"/• My steadfast heart shall fear no ill, 
For thou, O Lord, art with me still : 
Thy friendly rod shall give me aid. 
And guide me through the drsadful shade. 
4 

— Though in a bare and rugged way, 
Through devious, lonely wilds I stray, 
Thy presence shall my pains beguile : 
The barren wilderness shall smile, 

^f With sudden greens and herbage crowned, 
And streams shall murmur all around. 

Church Paalmody,Ps. 23d, li/ Pt 



e may be sung a< a duet, by 1st and 2d Treble. 



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241 




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and best of the sons of 




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3 and lend us thine aid, Star of the east, the ho- 

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1. Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, Dawn on our darkness and lend us thine aid. Star of the east, the ho- 




[b. a. c. — 31] 



Cold on his cradle the dew-drops are shining, 

Low lies his head with the beasts of the stall, 
Angels adore him in slumber reclining, 

Maker, and Monarch, and Saviour of all. 
3 
Say, sliall we yield him, in costly devotion, 

Odors of Edom, and offerings divine ? 
Gems of the mountain, and pearls of the ocean, 

Myrrh from the forest, or gold from the mine i 
4 
Vainly we offer each ample oblation ; 

Vainly with gifts would his favors secure ! 
Richer by far is the heart's adoration ; 

Dearer to God are the prayers of the poor. 

Bishop Heb*r» 



242 



PRESCOTT. n.. 



George Onto. 




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3. I would not live away: I ask not to stay, Where storm after storm rises o'er the dark way: The few lurid 




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Mi S I 



i U li 



mornings that dawn on us here, Are enough for life's woes — full enough for its cheer. 



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I would not live away, no — welcome the tomb, 

Since Jesus has lain there, I dread not its gloom; 
There, sweet be my rest, till he bid me arise, 

To hail him in triumph descending the skies 
3 
Who, who would live away, away from his God ; 

Away from yon heaven, tliat blissful abode. 
Where the rivers of pleasure flow o'er the bright plains, 

And the noon-tide of glory eternally reigns : 
4 
Where the saints of all ages in harmony meet. 

Their Saviour and brethren, transported to greet ; 
While (he anthems nf rapture unceasingly roll, 

And the smile of the Lord is the least of the soul. 

Eiiiscopal CoU 



SARDIS. 8s ^ 6s. 



Altered from the "Choir.'- 



243 



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Em^^H^iiS^liEi^l^il^^irzll 



1. Sing halle - liijah ; praise tiie Lord ! Sing with a cheerful voice ; 



Exalt our God with one accord, And in his name rejoice : 







Ne'er cease to sing, thou ransomed host, To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Till in the realms of endless light, Your praises shall unite. 




"fjiig-Sili 



He bath redeemed us by bis blood, And made us kings and priests to God ; For us, for us the Lamb was slain. Praise ye the Lord ! ( Amen. 

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244 



DITREIV. «3s. 



1. The voice of free grace cries, ' Escape to the mountain:' For Adam's lost race Christ hath opened a fountain ; For sin and poJntion — for every transgression, 

-»- -9' -9- V V . .J-W- .hi- ^ V V <- ir • -0-0- 

2. Ye souls tiiat are wounded, to the Saviour repair. Now he calls you in mercy — and can you forbear ? Though your sins are increased as high as a mountain, 

3. Now Jesus our King, reigns triumphant - ly glorious! O'er sin, death, and hell, he is more than victorious ; With shouting proclaim it — oh trust in his passion, 

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His blood flows most freely in streams of salvation. Hulle - lajah, &c. 



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His blood can remove them, it flows from the fountain. Halle - lujah to the Lamb, who has bought us a pardon. We'll praise him again, when we pass over Jordan. 

He saves us most freely — oh precious salvation. Halle - lujah, &c. 

i 6 66^7 I g 6-87 



DUREIV. Continued. 



245 



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Halle - Injah, to the Lamb, who hag boaght as a pardon, We'll praise him again. When we pass over Jordon — We'll praise him again. When we pass o - ver Jordon. 



'The Lord is great.^ [Hymn.] 



Wordg by D. Dutton, Jr.— amrch rsalinody, Hy. 731. 



teaven, adore him, And ye who tread this earthly ball : In holy eongs rejoice aloud before him, And shout his praise who made you all. 



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246 



SCOTLiAND. 12s &, lis. 



:di::S: 






1- Thou art gone to the grave — but we will not deplore thee ; Though sorrows and darkness encooopass the tomb. The Saviour has passed throDgh its 




thee, Nor tread the rough path of the world by thy side ; But the wide arms of mercy aro 



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3. Thou art gone to the grave — and i 



forsaking. Perhaps thy tried spirit in doubt lingered long ; But the sunshine of heav-en beamed 



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4. Thou art gone to the grave — but 'I 



5 to deplore thee, When God was thy 



thy guardian and guide ; He gave thee, and took thee, and 



I portals before thee. And the lamp of his love is thy guide through the gloonn — And the lamp of his love is thy guide through the gloom. 



tzbz 



spread to enfold thee, And 



may hope, since the Saviour hath died — And sinners may hope, since the Saviour hath died. 



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bright on thy waking. And the song that thou heardst, 



And the song that thou heardst, was the seraphim's song. 



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Saviour hath died — Where death hath 



^Tlicre is a roiintaiii flilcd with blood.* [IIymv.] 



From ' Spiritual Songs,' t)y permission. ^ ^-±: g 

2d ending. 



1. There is a fountain, Tiled with blood, Drawn from Immanual's veins; Andsinners, plunged beneath that flood, Lose all their guilty stains — Lose, &c. 
f 6. And when thig feeble, stammering tongue Lies silent in the gntTc; 'I'hen, in a nobler, sweeter song, I'll sing thy power to save, [omit - - - ] I'll sing thy p ower to save. 



^ Ere I sleep, for every favor.' 8s, 3 & 6. 



lii3=f^El=^E^5iEE^I^EliEiiEllii^i^iE^lE?El 



1. Ere I Bleep, for every 



This day showed By my God, 






2. Leave mc not, but ev - 



me ; Let thy peace Be my bliss, Till tnou hence 



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ill 

3. Thou, my rock, ray guard, my 



Safely 



keep. While 



sleep Me, with all thy 



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4. And, whene'er in death 



slumber, Let me rise With the wise, 

"as 



Counted 



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248 



BIIKL.INGTOK. 12», II & 8. 



Words bv S. F Smilh 



1. T^e Prince of salvation in triumph is riding. And glorv attends him along his bright way — ^The news of his grace on the breezes are gliding, And ni 
2. Ride on in thy greatness, thou conquering Saviour; Let thousands of thonsauds submit to thy reign; Acknowledge thy goodness.entrsat for thy favor. And follow thy glorious train. 



3. Then loud shall ascend from each sanctified nation. The voice of thanksgiving, the chorus of praise; And heav'n shall re-echo the song of salvation, In rich and melodious lays. 



eeb: 



;^sigig 



i^igiiiaii 



' Haste, O sinner, now be wise.' [Hymn.] 







Haste, O sinner — now be wise ; Stay not — Stay not for the morrow's sun : Wialom if you still despise, Harder is it to be wou. 



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* Peace, troubled sonk.' 



249 



!is; 



1. Peace, humbled soul, whose plaintive moan Hath taught these rocks the notes of wo; Cease thy complaint, suppress thy groan, 
Second Treble. £mr~Tl— —m -^^^i^ ^_ 

2. Come, freely come, by sin oppressed, Un - bur - then here thy weighty load, Here find thy refuge and thy rest, 
Instrument. ^ ^ «\ ^ n 



/*:#: 



'^^m 



m^^^^mm. 



:r^=P=-- 



And let thy tears forget to flow ; Behold the precious balm is found, To lull thy pain, to heal thy wound. 



^--=*^, 



rii^^ 



[^^iS^iiiii^igi^l^^iiiip 



And trust the mercy of thy God ; Thy God's thy Saviour, glorious word I For - ev - er love and praise the Lord. 



^m^^^^^^m^^m. 



I B. > C— 32 ] 



n If 



250 



^ Come, ye disconsolate/ 



- con-solate, where'er you languisi 

comfortless, liuht of the straying 



Come, at the shrine of God, fer - vent - ly kneel, 
Hope, when all others die, fadeless and pure. 




1. Here bring your wounded hearts, 



here tell your anguish ; 






Earth has no sorrow tliat Heaven cannot heal. 



^^^^^^^^^m^^^^m^mw^ 



2. Here speaks the Comforter, 



in God's name, saying. 



' Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot cure." 



*• Be joyrul in God, all ye land^* or the eartli.' 



[Thanksgiving Hymn.] 



251 



iilplSipiilHIilipSlli^iilliiglllii 

i 1. Be joyful in God, all ye laads of the earth, O serve him with gladness and fear ; Exalt in his presence with music and mirth. With love and devotion draw near. 2. The Lord he is 
3. Oh eater his gates with thanksgiving and song, Your vows in his temple proclaim ; His praise with mclodioas accordance prolong. And bloas his adorable name. 4. For good is the 



§ Unison. 



" - ^'"Uiil 



Tf 



God, and Jehovah alone. Creator, and ruler o'er all; And we are hb people, hia sceptre we own: His sheep, and we follow his call — We follow his call — We follow his call. 



^^. 



0-0-0. 



'"-^Hl^iSi 



Lord, inex - pressibly good. And we arc the work of his hand; His mercy and truth from eterni<y stood. And shall lo eternity stand — To eternity itand — To eternity stand. 
i 6 6 — 5 e The small notes are for the last stanza. 



252 PARMA. CM. [Double.] 






isl^l^^i 



1. Behold the glories of the Lamb, Amid his Father's throne ; Prepare new honors for his name, Prepare new honors for Lis name, And songs before unknown. 



irq-I^H^rzl^Tq^ 



ilggliilli^liiiSii^iSii^ia 



3. Those are the prayers of all the saints, And these the hymns they raise ; Jesus is kind to our complaints, Jesus is kind to our complaints, He loves to hear our praise. 



5. Now to the Lamb that once was slain, Be endless blessings paid ; [Omit] 



Uli^^g^iliglliiiiiiisill 



§=!E 



I ' t i 



E^^iPS^O 



n 



gF 



et elders worship at his feet; The church adore around, With vials full of odors sweet, With vials full of odors sweet, And harps of sweeter sound, And harps of sweeter sound. 
^ 4.Thou hast redeemed our souls with blood, Hast set the prisoners free,Hast made us kings and priests to God,Hast made us,<Sc;c. And we shall reign with thee, And we shall reign, &o. 
- - Salvation, glorj', joy, remain. Salvation, glory, joy, remain. Forever on his head — Forever on his head. 



'Saiely (Iirou^li another week.' [IlyMN.] 



253 



1. Safely through another week, God has brought us on our way ; Let us now a blessing seek, Waiting in his courts to-day : Day of all the week the best, Embleia 



-*T-»-^,-#-,j^ -d- 



f 2. While we seek sopplies of grace. Through the dear Redeemer's name ; Show thy reconciling face — Take away our sin and shame ; From our worldly cares set free. May we 



of eternal rest — Day of all the week the best. Emblem of eternal 



^^m 



it this day in thee — Froi 




Ti our worldly cares set free. May we rest this day in thee. 



^^^^^^mm 



Here we come thy name to praise ; 

Let us feel thy presence near : 
May thy glory meet our eyes, 

While we in thy house appear: 
Here afford us, Lord, a taste 
Of our everlasting feast. 

4 
May the gospel's joyful sound 

Conquer sinners — comfort saints; 
Make the fruits of grace abound, 

Bring relief from all complaints : 
Thus let all our Sabbath's prove; 
Till we join the church above. 

Churh Psalmody, llij 4G1. 



254 

/ Andante Allegretto. 



'How beaateoiis are their feet.' [Hymn.] 



1. How beauteous are their feet Who stand on Zion's hill ! Who bring saWatioa oa their tongues. And words of peace revteal ! 2. How charming is their voice! How 



SiipiiiliiaiiiligiSilpilpi^pigiii 



:3^?EF±*z 



3. How happy 



! our ears, That hear this joyful sound, Which kings and prophets waited for. And sought, but never found ! 4, How blessed are oar eyes. That 



^^^m^^^^m^^^^m^^^^^^ 



^^ 



5. The watchofien join their voice, And tuneful notes employ ; Jerusalem brealts forth in songs, And deserts learn the joy. 6 ,,The Lord makes bare his arm Through 



zt=ez±^:^zi 



i 



^=tt 



zpzizdz 



6#^ 



I • 



Hill 



^1^1 



im^m^^^^i'^i^MnMM^^^^^^^f^MW^ 



sweet their tidings i 



" Zion, behold thy Saviour King, He reigns and triumphs here — He reigns — He reigns and triumphs here." 



"i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^S^ 



e this heavenly light! [See ending, for this stanza, oji 7iext page.] 



^m^^m^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^m 



all the earth abroad. 



now be - hold Their Saviour and their God — behold Their Sa - viour and their God. 

L-?ZTzSz^z*ZT:*z*-»?z;?ZTt^-i^:f:::]z:^:izS^*:x:V^^ 



vi^iiiill^Siiiilli^l^li^lii^EiSl 



6 Thirds 



m^ 



6 G I 7 

a sing the small notce, in full choriu. 



M 



"Ve Christian Heralds." [Roosd.] ^ftJt> 



^ How beauteous arc their feet.' [Continuf.d.] 

Ending for the fourth stanza 



Ye chrislian heralds, go proclaim Sal- 






PropheU and kings desired 



long, Bat died without 



the sight. 



salvation in Immannel'a name ; To 



i^l^PPlSppiilpllpi^iiiilllilgai^ 



distant climes the tidings bear. And 



4 6 6 ^ ^ 5 - - '' " ^ , 



HOLLiEY. 7s. 



plant the rose of Sharon — of Sharoii there. 
Geo. Hews. 



mmm^ 



SSs^EiiifeiPliiiEl 



1. Softly 



w the light of day Fades npon my sight away Free from caro — from labor free, Lord, I would commune with thoe. 






2. Soon, for roe, the light of day Shall for - er - er pass away : Then, I 



n and sorrow free, Toke jne, Lord, to dwell with thee '. 



^^ aEE iEg 






20vl 'Our liOB'd is riscu from Ihe dead.' [Cheshunt.] 

Allegro Maestoso. 



Altered from Dr. Arnold 



BEgJrJzJ^gzza r-^'^-r EEEzE-EljIz 



^ii=l^i?iglgEE= 






are captive led, Dragged to the portals of the sky - 




T I j vj--«'=« Tg^-»-i-»=W -jj-iilT»=F«i^^-j=^ 



Dragged to the portals of the sky. 



1JIIJ_J^_ 



2. There his triumj)hal chariot waits, And angels chant the solemn lay : 



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5. Lo ! his triumphal chariot waits, And angels chant the solemn lay : 






6 -#§ 



'Oiii* liOrd is risen from the dead.' [Continued.] 



257 






Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates ! Ye ev - erlasting doors, give way—- Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates ! Ye ever - lasting doors, give way. 



\Far 6th Homa ,u pitgt 259.] 

;r - lasting doors give way. 



Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates ! Ye ev - erlasting doors, give way — Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates ! Ye 



/Second Treble. Jiidante. Trio. 



m^m^^^^^^^^mmmi^^i^^ 



3. Loose all your bars of massy 
]Fir$t Treble 



un - fold th' e - thu - real scene ; He claims these 

4^ 



as his right, Ileceive the King of 



3. Loose all your bars of massy light. And wide un - fold th' e - the - real scene ; He claims these mansions as his right. Receive the King of 

a$e 



3. Loose all your bars of massy light, 
[b. A. c.-3»] 



th' e - the - real scene; He claims these mansions as his right, Receive the King of 



n 



s § 



^ 



S3 



'. Kmg o 

r. 6 ^G 



258 



/ 



'«ert £.01*d lis risen from the dead.' [Continued.. 



glo - ry in — He claims these mansions as hia right, Receive the King of glo - ry in. 

^^z*- -J: 



glo - ry 



- He claims these mansions as his right, Receive the King of 



glo 



^^ glo - ry m — Receive the King of glo ry in. 



et i ii g Me 



Allegro Maestoso. 






4. Who is the King of glory — who ? who ? Who is the King of glory — who ? 



Who is the King of glory ? llie Lord, that all his foes o'ercome, That sin, and death, and hell o'erthrow ; Ami 

t:^-il=i:=::nqq:a=#z=]=zi^in:]=zi]z:i|zq:p8=ZiBz:q=zr::i 



Mm^^^^^^i 



Who is the King of glory— who? who MVho is the K ng of glorj— -who? 6 5 7. fi 31 5*,i 



S3 n 



'Our Lord is risen from the dead.' [Continued^ 



259 



ililiiili^ 



[For 5th stanza seepage 256.] 



iiiiisiiiiilipiiiMe^iiiSii^lllS=l?l 

reen* is the conqueror's name — And Jesus is the conqueror's name. [For 5th stanza see page 256.] 6. ' Who is tlie King of glory ? who ? who ? Who is the King of 



[For 5th stanza seepage 256.] 



SEEt: 



'^?S|^l^ii^i^i||ilililiillili^iiE| 






*• JitUI 



ll 



glory— wHT* The Lord, of boundless power possessed. The King of saints and angels too, God o»er all, forev - er blost — God over all for - ever blest — for - ev - er blest 



260 



'Before Jehovah's awrtil throne.' [Denmark] 



^- ^ / ^ P- 



1. Before Jehovah's awful throne. Ye 



bow with sacred joy : Knov/ that the Lord is God alone ; He can create — and he destroy. He can create — and he destroy. 



?s? 






t § 



6 5 6 7 



Trio. Andante. 



2. His sovereign power, without our aid. Made us of clay — and fornied us men; And when, like wandering sheep, we strayed, He brought us tohisfoldagain, He brought us to his fold again 






' Before Jehovah's awllil throne.' [Continued.] 



261 



msm^m^^SM^^mmB^^^wm^mE^ 



.^;=: 



WM^mM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^ 



4. We'll crowd thy gates, with thank - ful songs, High as the heaven, ( 



es raise ; And earth, And earth, with her ten thousand, thousand 



pamiiiii^ii^si^ig^siEisii^rs 




i iSil 






" m I m B m i i 



^iiUliUlE^i^^ilsiJ 



i^i 



^li^iEgiEiipii^ipiiiPig 



-9 — 9- 

a with sounding praise. Shall fill thy courts with sounding praise. Shall fill thy courts with sounding 



Shall fill thy 



-'^^m^^^^^^ ^^^ ^i^^m ^m m m^^ 



/■ -* -^ 



sSiliil^llPliiiiliHiii 



262 



'Before JehoTah'.'^ awAil throne.' (Continued.] 



lilL^iiirL&liil-^^-^^liSIS^IS^^ 



E^sfijs; 



s3iE^aiii|sEi^^5^ii^^fe^g^ 



=^Jit3^zi]!^i| 



Wide — wide as the world — is thy command, Vast — as eternity — eternity — thy love ; Firm — as a rock — thy truth shall stand. When rolling year« ■ball 



illgigiliil^liiiiii^lpl^liEggigii^ 



MmwMsmm^^m^m^mm^fM^^ 



Unison. ^ |2 S I e-^ 






to move — shall cease to n 



!, When rolling years shall cease to move. When roll - ing years shall cease to move — shall cease to 







%l% § g33G5 « 



Allegretto Maestoso, 



* Wc praise thee, O €rod.' 



[Tii Deum.] 



263 



praise tliee, O God, we acknowledge thee to be the l^rd ; all the earth doth worship 






We praise thee, 



we acknowledge thee 



^liynniil^ii^iilii 



be the Loid ; all the earth doth worship thee — doth worship thee — all the earth doth worjWp 



liHlili:!!! 



zi±?zt 



acknowledge thee to be the Lord ; all the earth doth worship 
4 A $ 

3 7 3 



thee 
i~3 3 



Mas- 



^m^m^^^m^^^M^^^^M^m^ 



We praise thee, 



doth worship thee — worship thee 



ifct 



mwmmm^^^^^mB^^^Mw^^ 



thee — doth worship thee — the Father 



last - ing. To thee all 



^^^^^M^'^^^^im^^^^^'^^^^'^^^^^- 



thee — 3oth worship thee — the Father ev - e 



last - ing. 



tb--*—p~ 



^Ep?EEEf|=E^g^iiEJg^j i^_;zrf=^|EEiE i:r^||E!E^? 



To thee all 



m±:z 



i^lHiHii^ 



doth worship tliee — The Father ev - 



264 



' We pva1«ic thee, O God.' [Continued.] 



,^fer^li="l§i=?:feliiii^[^^ 







. lond The haavens, and all the powers therein. To thee — cherubim — cberabim and seraphim con - tin - nally do cry : 



The heavens, and all the powers therein. 



^^^mm^^^^^^^M 



cherubim — cherubim and seraphi 



tinoaliy do cry :- 



Ho - ly ! Ho - ly ! Holy ! Lord God of Sabaoth ! 



tlnnally do cry: — Ho - ly ! Ho - ly ! Holy .' Lord God of Sabaoth ! 

-4'-'i-4—i-J-i-4- Ho - ly ! Ho - ly ! Holy ! Lord God of Sabaoth ! 

\ Ho - ly ! Wo - ly I Holy ! Lord God of Sabaoth ! -a-*- 

• The inrlrnraeiitrjl accompaniment hers (■.vlieilici the Organ or other instruments) shoul! l>e pl;iye<l in I&k religions, 1st Class, 2il Derivatirc: or f* f f* f f* f fr l&c. 



265 



^^^S^tSl^i^^ii^il 




fbll of thy great glory — Heaven and earth are full of the majesty— are full of the majesty of tby great glo 



Amen— A - men. 



^Bi a i^iS^iliilllglPgiP 



ful l of t hy great gio ry — Heaven and earth are fall of the majesty — are full of the majesty of ihy great glo- - - ry - - Amen — A - men. 

~^&^ ! ^ ~S^- -fli 3-6 ^ 43 /- N '^ P-l %PPb% J 



- ry — He»T«n and earth are fall of the majesty— are full of the majesty of thv great glo - 
[ B. A. C. —34] 



* Great is the liOrd,* [Anthem.i 



^60 



iiSiiiiiiiii^Siii^g 



Altered from Dr. Calcott. 



Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised — and greatly to be praised — and greatly to be praised. 






In the city of i 



^iliiiiiili^g^giillS^l^gSiiiliSSil 



.^_^^_^^._ 



—r-m—&-m-9—r 



r-0— »—»—»- 



^i?^i^=^^ps 



i t f i 



I % I ^ 




iHiii^liailirailil 



God, In the city of oar God, in the mountain of his holin 



1 the mountain of his ho - liness. Great is tlie Lord, and greatly to be praised - 






P ^— f=— ^^^^^rf^g^|lg=Eil 



' Great is the Lord.' [Continued.] 



267 



2:l 



'^^^m^^m^mm^^&W^^^^^^^ f^ ^ 



and greatly to 1 



praised In the city of our God — In the city of our God — in the mountain of his holiness — in the 



Sj^j g:i5i| g pgi| gipgi|gl^ig^liP^|g^ggiglPpiiggg 



Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised — 






I 



/^: 



ii?E£iS^y^E?=Eii:lg^i?^ 



.0 — — m o — «-p-#^j« — — f-f-0 — •- 



EEii 



— Ti I I [ ~" 



JE EEiggf 



mountain of his hohnees — Cho. f. 



dtz-^. 



Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised — Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised. In the 



z:t~ti:il=q"r1~ij 






Si?^ 



^^^^^^^^^^^. 



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% % % % 



268 



'Great is the Iiord.' [CoirrmoB».l 




cin- of our God — In the ciry of our God — in the mountain of his holiness — in the mountain of his hoUness — Great is the Lord, and 

— ^ — ^T-« — V. "-r ?»T — * — ^— 




^ O praise God in his holiness. ' [Antbeh.] 



gz:g-I.g_gz# To zgir 



itE^^^m?^^?^;^^f^^^^^^S^:iSEi^^W^^^ SiEEi^S=IiE¥^J^ 




Pnjao him aocording to his excellent greatness ; Praise him in the sound of the trumpet, in the sound of the trumpet, Praise him upon the late — upon the lute and harp ; 




Praise him upon the late and harp ' 



270 



'O praise «dti in his holiness.' [Continued.] 






lil^liiUllgi^ii^grllirl 



Praise him in the cymbals — in the cjmbals and dances, Praise him on strings — on strings and pipes — 



Let crery thing that hath breath — Let 



I *^ -O- -0-^-0- ^ ' ^ / 



, -0- ^- 



Let every thing that hath breath — Let every thing that liath breath - - • 



lliliii^i^iiiiiSi^^lli^ll=El^ll^ll^j| 



'tE^E^^.^^^E^^m^^^^?^^E^^^^^^^^^^^^^W 



Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord---that hath breath praise the Lord. 



-^ 



!= ^I~f _L! =JzzJ:fegziJ=zg:ggEfe glJZ ^^±gz=: 



every thing that hath breath — that hath breath praise the Lord — that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise the Lor» — Prau 




^iilii^ii^iiPii^il 



jvery thing tliat l>ath breath— that hatli breath praise the Lord — that hath breath oraise the Lord. 



11^^ 



* The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof.' 

nAllegro. Moderate. 



[Anthem in Chanting style. "J Psalm 24. 



271 



s^- 



m^m^^sm^m^^Mm^mi^ 






. The earth is the LORD'S and tlie fulness thereof; The world and they that dwell therein. 2. For he hatli founded it 



the seas. And established it upon the floods. 



m. ^ ^ Ores. f. m. ^ Slow. 



Tenor, u A Tempo Prima. 



I XJL iEzzz 






-t= 



3. Who shall ascend in - to the hill of the Lord ? And who shall stand in 



• ly place? 




4. He that hath clean hands, and a pure heart; Who hath not lifted up his soul un - to 



van - I - ty. 






2-/2 *The earth is the liOrd's and the fulness thereof.' [Continued.] 

J.*"- Cres. /. 771. Dim. p. 



5. He shall reoeive the blessing from the Lord, And righteousness from the God of his sal - ra • tion — And righteousDCM from ihe God efhis sal • vation. 




^^^^ ^f ^^^j^gpj^^^tg^ g ^^^ 



Sim. p- /f\ ^ A trnift primi 



I of them that seek him. That seek tlflr face, O God of Jacob. 7. Lift up your heads, O ye gates ; and be ye lifted up, ye ever - 
"*• /• Slow. P' /^ c\ -^ tempo primo. 






^E5 



' The earth is the liOrd's and the Atlness thercoi.' [Continued.] 



273 






lasting doors. And the King of Gloij shall c 



—the King of Glory shall c 






- the King of Glory shall come in. 8. Who is this King of Glory ? 



/./• 



'S 






I 



t_-=u=5= 



"'^'^''^''''^''^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



irizf^ni: 



' ^^ ^^'^^^m m^^mms ^miw m mm M^ 



Who is this King of Glory? The Lo 



The Loud— The Lord 



[ n. A. c— 33 ] 






274 



*The earth is the fiord's and the fulness thereof.' [Continued.] 



^i 



M up your heads, O ye gates ; Even lift them np, ye ever - laafing doors, And the King of Glory shall come in — The King of Glory shall come in — The 



** 



,^^m^^^^^^S^^^^^^^ ^^:^ ^^&ii 



' The Lord of hosts — The Lord of bosU, he is the King of Glory — 



King of Glory shall come in. 10. Who is this King of Glory ? Who is this King of Glory ? The Lord of h( 



•The earth is the liord's and the fiilness thereof.' [Continued.} 



275 









he ia tho King of Glory — he is the King — the King of Glory — he is the King — the King of Glory — 



Pilg^i^iSgl^g?liSiigsrEgili^S-gii 



m^mm ^^ m m^ f^^^^m^m^^^Mimmw 



s § 



^^^ 



FEDERAL. STREET. L. M. 



H. R. Oliver. 



See, g?ntle patience smile on pain. See, dying hope revive again; Hope wipes the tear from sorrow'g eye, While Faith points upward to the sky. 



I s 



^ilsn^Slli^fsli 



mt I 



S7II 



' l2B Jndnh is CJod known.' [Anthem] 



%v^'^^^ ^m^^^^m ^^\ m^mmi^^^i^mjm 



In Jadah is God known, His name is great u 



Jndah is God known — His 



^^^gsElsigi^illiSi^il^i 



In Jadah is God known, His name is great in Israel — In Jndah is God known — Hi 



;i^| g^^^ gagEEpgg| 



In Judah is God known, His 



^?4=ESi^^f 



3 great ii 
6 6 



:j: 



His name is great in Israel — 



-fS?TS«= 



^^^iSiiiil^^lillifel 



3r^: 



In Judah is God known. His nane is great in Israel — In Jndah is God known — His name is great in Israel — His name b 

— V , — ^ ,, — , , — V f — V ,. — V To he sung at the elo»e only. 



:q=pz: 



B is great in Israel — His 



Poi 



s great — His name is great — His 



e is groat in Israel. 



A - men— A - n 



aaaassH 



ii 



m 



■±?z?z«Sz*: 



:?zt?fetil?z^: 






ic is great in Israel — 



s great — Hi^j name is great in Israel. A - men — 



^IISe^li^i^^illiggli^i^ziiBiil::!!^ 



is great — His name is great in Israel- 

.2 2-^ 



s great in Israel. 



A - men — A - n 



^?5 



iglil^^SiiSll^Blliri^"Sii^ 



—His name is great in Israel — His name is great— His 



3 great in Israel. 



A - men — A - 



'Ill Juilah i^ God kaaowa. ' 



[Continued.] 



'B— 



277 



;i^iSll^lE=slH*^fe^fe^ggiSili^i^lil^l^ni 



—his dwelling in Zion- 



^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. 



-w^^^- 



And his dwellin, 



Zion — his dwelling in Zion — At Salem 



iill^ili^l^i^il^l^li^SSIiiiiilii 



bis abode — 



his dwelling ii 

# ^. j5_ - ^ § 5 



—At Salem is 



i||H5|^ll^lll^^i^l|giiggil^lliliPiy|iil^ 



At Saleii 
Cho. 



and his dwelling in Zion — his dwellin 



^^^^^SMil^\^^^J¥^lll 



liiiS 




and his dwelling in Zion — his dwell - - - 



his dwelling — his dwelling in Zio 



-^^uw^^^^ ^^ ^ ^'^^m^ms^^^m 



Salem — at Salem is bis abode, and his dwelling in Zion— 



his dwelling — his dwellinji in Zio 



his dwelling — his dwelling in Zinn. : 



278 



Andante Moderate. 



SELA. * 8s. ^ «s. 



: hour of peaceful rest, To mourning wanderers given : There is a tear for souls distressed, A balm for every wounded breast, 'Tis 





There faith lifts up the tearless eye, 

The heart with anguish riven; 
It views the tempest passing by, 
Sees evening shadows quickly fly. 

And ail serene, serene — in heaven. 

< There fragrant flowers immortal bloom, 

And joys supreme are given; 
There rays divine disperse the gloom; 
Beyond the dark and narrow tomb 

Appears the dawn, the dawn — of heaven. 
Church Psalmody, Hy. 639 



raalin and Hymn Tunes," by permission of the proprietor of that work. 



Lr. M 



Church Psalmody, Hy. 527. 




1. Triumphani Zion ! lift thy bead From dust, and darkness, and the dead ! Though humbled long — awake at length, And gird thee with thy Saviour's strength ! 

3. No more shall foes unclean inva«lc, And fill thy hallowed walls with dread, No more shall hell's insulting host Their victory and thy sorrows boast. 

2tl ending. 




lEii^UllSi:?!^ 



\ 2. Put all thy bi 



Decked in the robes of righteousness, Thy glories shall the world confess. 



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f 4. Thy God on high, has heard thy prayer ; His hand thy roin shall repair : Nor will thy watchfal Monarch cease To guard thee - - in e - temal peace. 



'Morra ofZiotVs gEorv.' 



280 

Moderato Maestoso. 



Words l.y S. F. Smith 

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g^Hi^ 



1. Morn of Zion's 



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Brightly thou art breaking, 



Holy joys, thy light is waking ; Morn of Zion's glorj', 



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2. Mom of Zion's 



3. Morn of Zion's 



Ev'ry human dwelling, Witli thy notes of joy is swelling ; Morn of Zion's glory, 



glory. 



Now the night is 



Now the star is high in heaven ; Morn of Zion's glory, 



6 I 6 ^ I 7 6 ^ ^ 6 t ^ 



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Ancient saints foretold thee, Seraph - angels glad behold thee ; See them glide, Far and wide. Streams of rich salvation, Flow to ev'iy nation. 




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a»E 



-i-«-j_i-«^^_r.(jp_«:i:^zi':i:^ze:T3?zz:Tz^zin?zz:iz5izi:zzzzi~z?rTZ2zisz^i:i^Zi^ziiJza^±z^z±#_ 

iging. Echoed voices sweet are singing; Haste thee on, like the sun. Paths of splendor tracing. Heathen inidnigiit chasing. 



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Joyful hearts are bounding. Hallelujah's now are sounding; Peace with men, Dwells again, Jes 



igns forev - er ; Jesus reigns forev - er. 



^ 6 - ^ ^6076 G S *^ 2 e C ^ 7 



Sloto ami Distinct. 



1.ABAN. 



L.. M. [Double] or Li. M. 6 1 



281 



?=p;t=iz 



1. The Lord my pasture shall prepare 



His presence ehall my wants supply. And guard tne with a watchful eye : 



cs Ritard. /-^ ^ 



2. When in the snltry glebe I faint, Or on the thirsty mcnntain pant, To fertile vales, and dewy mends My weary, wandering steps he leads ; 

\ My noon-day walks he shall at - tend. And all my midnight hours defend. My noon-day walks he shall at - tend, And all my midnight hours defend. 



A Tempo. 



Ritard. 



-0- ft-^- -9-. 
^Ritard. 



U rp- Where peacefal rivers, soft and slow, — Amid the verdant landscape flow. Where peaceful rivers, soft and slow. Amid the verdant landscape flow. 

(Jj M§ M= M- ' i - 'i I 

[ D. A. C— 36 ] • Be careful an.l not sing too fast. 



282 



ACL.IN.* L. M. [»ofemt,.j 



1. The heavens declare Ihy glory, Lord, in every 



thy wisdom shines; Bui when our eyes behold ihy word, We read ihy name in fairer liwes 




2. The rolling sun, the changing light, And nights, and davs, thy power confess; But that blest volume thou hast i 



Reveals thy jU5 



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■i. wi/Nor shall thy spreading gospel rest. Till through the world thy truth has run ; Till Christ has all the nation 



blest. Which see the li;;ht, or feel the 



r-f i — a — ^ 1 1 ■/ -I — i*^-f* n T— ;r^**— ;r-^~r*—f*y-; E — r 



6. Thy noblest wonders here we view, It\ souls renewed and sins forgiven : ajf Lord, cleanse iny sins, my soul renew, And make thy word my guide to heaven, 






5 taken from "Occasional Tsalm and Hv n Tunes," by permission of th' proprietor of that work. 



u ?e 



Spirited — bold — energeti 




ZEPHOX. L. M. 



283 



H^Is^^I^eI^^^HesIS^^^^ 



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1. / ' ' Stand up, my soul — shake off tliy fears, And gild the gos 



pel armor on ; March to the gates of endless 




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^:f:^zg^gpg '-^fq*:| qg#=J- I | I I lIg-^-^|ZIg =Z=^I^^4^-g-j-i=ffp Hell and thy sins resist thy course ; 
m g-* -t-^^-M— f t- r-~:f-t-^-g H-r-t— F'T H^— h- t- F-f-4- rH- But hell and sin are vanquished foe 




esus, thy great Captain's gone, Where Jesus, thy great Captain's gone. 

^ ^ '"^ "^ ~ ^ /• ' ' There shall I wear a 



Thy Jesus nailed them to the cross, 
And sung the triumph when he rose. 
3 
Then let my soul march boldly on, 
Press forward to the heavenly gate ; 
There peace and joy eternal reign, 
for conquerors w 



Thirds and Octaves. 



l^mim^t 



Unison. 3 * ^ S § 

■ This line moy be ring as a duot, by Tenor and Bass, or by Treble and Alto, or by both togethi 



starry crown, 
And triumph in almighty grace ; 
While all the armies of the skies 
Join in my glorious Leader's praise. 

Church Psalmody, Hij. ! 



284 



EGI^ON. L.. M. [Double.] 



G. F. Kdbler. 



m 



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F. P. F. F.F. 

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< 1. Zion, awake! — thy strength renew, Put on thy robes of beauteous hue; Church of our God, arise and shine. Bright with the beams of truth divine! 2. Soon shall thy radiance stream afar, 
l^ F. P. ••• F. F.F. 



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CODA. F.F. 



l*M 



wmm 



b=^ 



l=«=:t:^ 



IsS^'lIad - 



and love thee 



:rE^ggpifjigi#a ^ E?^gES igi^ 



Wide as the heathen 



Gentiles and kings thy light chall view: All shall admire and love thee t< 

All shall admire and k>To thee ton. 






All shall ad - mire ------- and love thee too. 

Manual of Christian Psalmody, Hu 525 



'Wake! Islcfi of tlie south.' 

Alltgro. 



[MissioNARv Hymn.] 



285 



Wake'Wake! Isles of the Soutli ! Wake! Islesof the South! your redemption is near! No longer repose in the borders of gloom! The strength of his chosen in 

^ - 7 - - Unison. | ^ 5 — 1 § Z g § Uui.on. 

Mcz. 



<' love will appear, And light shall arise on the verge of the tomb. The billows that girt you, the wild waves that 

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The organ, or otlier instruments may play these four meatures in 16th relatioi 



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286 



'Wake! Isles of the south.' [Continced.] 



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33 



p.p. Mez. 



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roar. The zephyrs that play when the ocean storms cease, Shall waft the glad sound to jour desolate shore, Shall wafl the glad tidings of pardon and peace — Shall waft the glad 
p. Dim. p.p. Mez. f. JL. .^_0_|S_ ^ft^S- 



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juim. p.p. jyiez. j. ju. .^— ^—je. -ftj^m- 

6 - 6 - Unison. 6 6 5 6 g - 






tidings of pardon and peace. 



The heathen will hasten to welcome the time. The 






<TFake! Isles of the south.' 



[Continued.] 287 

day «pring, the propliet in vision once saw ; When the beams of Messiah will iilumine each cliine, Ai d ihe isles of the ocean^hall wait for his law. 



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pi: 



On the regions that sit in the darknnss of night, The land of despair, to ob 



prey; The morning will 



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288 



' Wake! Isles of the south.' [Continued.] 



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Ores. f. 






open with healing and light ; The glad star of Bethlehem \ 'il brighten to-day, The glad star of Bethlehem will brighten to-day, The glad star of Bethleheia-will brighter 







§5 Unison. 6 



s § 



ll#l^#ii^5i^^iglpi?E?E-^;iips^lgg 



:it=ti:q=r 



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day — The glad Star of Bethlehem wil: brighien to-day — The ("lad Star of Bethlehem will brighten to-day — will brighten today— 



will brighter to-day. 




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' Wake th«' song of jubaScc' [Hybin.] 



289 

Whke ! Wake '. Wake the song of jubilee— Wa.ie ! Wake ! Wake the song of jnbilee. Let it echo o'er the sea ! 



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Wake! Woke the' song of jubilee! Wake! Wake! W ake the song of jabilee, Let it 



cho o'er the 



Wake! I-Ll Wake 



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Wake the song of jubilee — Wake ! Wake! —p-iWake the song of jubilee, Let it 

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Bcho o'er the sea I 



imi 



Wake iLLl Wake! Wake the song of jubilee— WakR ! Wake! Wake the song of jubilee. 

Wake the sotig of jabilee — the song of jabilee — the song of jobilee. Let it echo o'er the sea — Let it echo o'er the sen ! 



sea ! Wake the song of jabi 



o'er the sea — Let it echo o'er the sea ! 

J J J J j_. 



sea!---------- the song of jubilee, Let it echo o'er the sea — Let it echo o'er the sea ! "y~? 'B' 

ff-0. -»to-0-3c-0-0-»^i»^- ^»^~0~020-s-0-^0~0-i I !§--#- rrT-,2a-o- i ^o ^o 

Wake the 803g of Jcbilee — the song of jabilee — the song of jubilee. Let it echo o'e ' 

[ B. A. C.--i7 1 



—Let it echo o'er the sea ! 



290 



'Wake the song of jubiSec. ' [Continued.] 



come the promised hour ; Jesus reiens with sovereigo power ! 2. All ye nations, join and sing, ' Christ, of lords and kings is 



Now is come the promised hour; Jesus reigns with sovereign power ; 2. All ye 



joia and sing, ' Christ, of lords and kin, 



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promised hour ; Jesus reigns with sovereign pow 



2. All ye nations, ' join and sing, * Christ, of lords and kings is 






n power ! 2. All ye 



join and sing, ' Christ, of lo-'ds and kings 



King I' of lords - - and kings is King!' ' Christ, of lords and kings is King!' Let it sound from shore to .'^liore, 

King!' Christ, of lords and kingi is King!' Christ, of Lords and kings is King!' Let it sound from shore to shore, 

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King!' 'Christ, of lords and kings is King!' < Christ of lords and kings is King!' Let it sound from shore to shore. 

King!' 'Christ, of lords and kingfi b King" ' Christ of lords and kings is King! Let it sound iioni shore to !,liore. 



' Wake tlie 80iig of jubilee.' [Continuel j ^HX 

Jusus reigns for - ev - er - more! forevermore! foreverinore ! 3. Now the desert lands rejoice, And the islands join their 



SlllllllliHiiSI|lp^l^lii^il^ii^«SiS 



Jci-iis reigns for - ev 



forevermore ! forevermore ! 



And the islands 



3. Now the desert lands rejoice, 

Jesws reigns for - ev - er - more ! forevermore ! forevermore I ])^ jfev" 3. Now the desert lands rejoice, And the islands 

h7 "S P *S , . , J r a bs - * ?^ 6 h # — -P-J- I t.'J, ■ 

Jesus reigns for - ev - er - more! forevermore! fort.ermorel 3. Now the desert lands rejoice, And the islands join their 



voice, the islands join their voice ; Ye*, the whole creation sings, Je - bus is the King of kings. Wake the song of jubilee — Wake the song of jubilee — 



zi 



song of jubilee 



I is the King of kings. 



• - their voice ; Yea, the whole creation sings. Wake the song of jubilee — Wake the song of jubilee — 



2 



^ voice the islands joiu their voice • Yea, the whole creation sing^, Je - sua is the Kinjj of kings. 



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292 



' W^ake the song or jubilee.' [Continued.] 




6 -•- ^--N P-i n F •-•--•-* ^ -#- 6 - -» •- ^ 4 7 



Wake the song of ju bi - lee 



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'Wake the song of jubilee' [Continued.] 



208 



Wake the song of jubilee — Let it echo — echo — echo — Let it echo o* ) the sea 1 Wake the song of jubilee — 

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Wake the song of jubilee — Let it echo — echo — echo — Let it echo o'er the sea ! Wake the song of jubilee — 

Wake the song of jubilee — Let it echo — echo — echo — Let it echo o'er the sea ! Wake the song of jubilee — 






Let it echo — echo — echo — Let it echo o'er the sea ! Wake the song of jubilee— 



Wake the song of jubilee — 



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Let itb* echo — echo — echo — Let it echo o'er the sea! Wake the song of jubilee — 



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Wake the song of jubik 



Wake the song of jubilee — the song of jubilee — the song of jubilee — 



Wake! Wake! 



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Wake the song of jubilee 



Wake the song of jubilee — the song of jubilee — the song of jubilee 



Wake! Wake! 



f Wake the song of jubilee — Wake the song of jubilee — the song of jubilee — the song of jubilee — Wake! Wake! 



Wake the song of jubilee — the song of jubilee — the song of jubilee — 

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Wake the song of jubilee- 



Wake the song of jubilee — the song of jubilee— :he song of jubilee — 



-^ -_j__ Wake! Wake! 



294 



• O Give tlaaiaLs unto (lie Lord. ' 



[Anthem. J From the introductorj- chorus of the oi 



" La Caduta Di Gerico" by G. A. Haa 



*^ „ O give thanks — O give thanks unto the Lord — call upon his name — call upon his name — make Known his deeds among the people — 

I O give thanks — O give thanks unto the Lord — call upon his name — call upon his name — make known his deeds among the people — 



thanks — O give thanks un - lo the Lord 



a'l upon his name — call upon his name — make knovi-n his deeds among the people- 

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give thanks-^ O give thanks un - to the Lord — call upon his name — call upon his name — make known his deeds among the people- 






\y name. 






O give thanks un - to the Lord — un - to the Lord — 



Glory je in his ho - ly name — Glory je in his ho - ly name. 



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the Lord — unto the Lord — 



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I his ho - ly name — Glory ye in his ho - ly name. 



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O give thanks unto the Lord — un - to the Lord — 



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Glory ye, in his ho - ly name. 



the Lord — unto the Lord — 



*0 give thai&ks unio IheLord.' [Continukd.] 



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For his mercy endureth — endurcth forever — His mercy endareth fore 



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O give thaiiks- 



O give thanks unto the Lord — Call upon liis n 



For his mercy en - dnr - . - eth forever — His mercy enJureth forever. Ogive thanks — O give thanks unto the Lord — Call upon his n<i mo— 

For hia mercy endureth — his mercy endureth forever — His mercy endureth forever. O give thanks — O give thanks unto the Lord — Call upon his name 

For his mercy en - dur - - eth forever — His mercy endureth forever. O give thanks — O give thanks unto the Lord — Call upon his name 

\ jlCaU upon his name, make known his deeds among the people — Glory ye in his holy name — Glory ye in his ho - ly name _ . - - . 

\^ ^^ ^^ — y V — ' - — ' " ^ -0^-«- -^ ^ -^' -C- -•- '-'• -G- 



le, make known his deeds < 



g t'>e people — Glory ye io his ho!y name — in his ho 



ho - ly name. 



W Call upon his uame, make known his deeds among the people — Glory ye in his ho - ly name — in his ho - ly name. 



Coll apon hia name, make known his deeds amoog the people — 



Glory ye in his bo 



296 



li. Andante. Soli. 



<"When lost in wonder.' [Motette.] 

Chorus, p. 



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When loat in wonder, I behold. Yon azure starr'd with shining gold ; Or on the moon's soft lustre gaze. As through the spangled heavens she strays: 

First and Second Treble- chorus p. /. c - — ^ i-#- I ^^M 

\ # # I I I* I* 2d time. They heard, and at the joyful sound, Unniimbered planets biased around. 



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beaven aspire; To him, whose powarful word we know. Gave these resplendent 



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to glow; They heard, invoh-rd 



»nd, "Let there be light!" D. C. Chords. 'They heard. &cv' 



S^2E 



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Adagio. 



'O what beauty, liOrd, appears.' [Motette.] Arranged from a ♦ Kyrie,' by Mozart. 

Tenor. Tutti. 



297 



l^^ll^llili^l^l^lllgiiP^lii^li^^liiii 



O what beauty, Lord, ap - pears, 



In thy courts — thy 



O what beauty. Lord, appears In thy courts of holy praise — O what beauty — wliat beau - ty In thy courts — thy 

' Aeeompt. T I , I f T 

Tenor. ^^ "^ , . / 



courts of ho - ly praise — O what beau - ty, Lord, ap - pears — 
Alto. 



In thy courts — tliy courts of ho - ly jnuise ; Unto 



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courts of lio - U- — O what beau - ty, Lord, ap - pears — ^^^ In thy courts — thy courts of ho - ly praise ; Unto 

I *^ -^- J I I j I I ^^^^ ^j— ^^ • Lord, ap - pears— In thy courts— thy courts of ho - ly praise ; Unto 



what beau - ty, 



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[b. A. c —381 



praise — i) what beau - ty, Lord, appears — 



s u I e — 6 3 § ft- 



In thy courts— thy courts of ho - ly praise ; Uni 



29* 



* O what beauty, I<ord, appears, ' [Continued.] 



_i ^ — .^ — ^-f-i ^ — #»-I-k*»— — 1^— p.* — ■«•— "-^ ■•■--; ; J--,^;:^^ — r . — <r-'' -" 



Unio thee my heart as - pin: 



Unto thee my voice 



/ thee my heart aspires — ■ 



Unto thee my heart aa - pires — Unto thee my voice 



aiif- 



tte 



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my heart aspires— Unto thoe my heart as - pires — Unto thee my voice I raise— Unto 

i^ i^_ ?«__ _,_- , 3 , —ZIEE'^~^ — 



Y heart aspires — 



Unto ihee — 



Unto thee n.y voice 



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Un - to thee niy heart - - aa - - pires — Unto thee — Unto thee my voice I 



- Un - to thee — Un - to thee 



Unto thee — Unto thee 



J U Li ' ^ 

Un - to thee nay heart - - a* - pires — Unto thee — Unto thte my voice - - I 



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Unto thee — Unto thee 



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'O what bcauly, Lord, appears.' [Continued.] 



299 



lii^iilpll^liilliP^lil^lilllliiillllliiil 

rti-se — Un - to tuee my heart as - - piref — Un - to thee my 



^^m^. 






m 



II; 



Un - to thee 









liPililis 



raise- 



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Un - to 



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my lieart 



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my heart as 



Un - to thee 



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dllO MODERATo. ' A^atii tlic dav" Fetums oriioly rest.' [Hymn.] 

\^ 1. Again the day returns of holy rest. Which, when he made the world, Jehova}iblest;When, like his own, he bade our labors cease. And all be piety — and all be peace. 



2. Let us devote this consecrated day. To learn bis will, and all we learn obey; So shall we hear, when fervently we raise Our supplications, and our songs of praise. 






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'Ag^ain the day returns of holy restJ 



[Continued.^ 



301 



^LAJiaffETTO. 



r-=i:=i" 



Cm / 1 P f T f f f ADAGIO. r\ ' ■ 

therofhe,T.n!inwh^o,,rhop..confi<ie,Who.ep(,w.rdef«nd.ul,.ndwhoieprfc,pUsuiJe-Ini;feuurG,.arJi.n-ar.Jindral^rFri.ndi Glorj supreme he thi„e,- be t'hlT;:r' till tmie .hall e,„I. 

*^LARGHETTO. • ' ' Glory .upreme be thine,— he thi..e. ^^ 

p 0« / » P / ^ '^'•:# •'■ (=> ^'^ ' ^ ADAGIO. ^ 



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4 ^ ^ i « i SB 
RUTGERS. 7s. 



iPiiEigiii3g^l^i^iiii^ggiiiiii^ 



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Pi; 



1. O that men their songs would raise All his goodness to de - dare ! All Je - horah's wonders praise, Wonders which their children share — Wonders which their children shnre ! 



2. Where his holy altars 



There present their 



i - fiee, There with joy his works proclaim — There with joy his works proclaire 



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ddd the remainder. 



302 

u Moderate. Tuttl 



* liook up, ye saints. ' [M otette.] 



iiiili^iiiili^i^^il^giiiiSi^liS 



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iSiiiii^iiipifsi^ipippiiiiPiillig 

Look up, ye saints, direct your eyes, direct your eyes. To him who dwells above the skies : With your glad notes his praise rehep-rse, Who 



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formed the mighty 



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Look np, ye saints, direct yonr eyes. To him who dwells above the skies. He spake, and from the g 



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iii^^iil^litiiifiiigil^liigiiig^^l^llll 



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6 7 6 7 



3 3 3 3 



^ Ijook up, ye saints.' 



[Continued.] 



303 



|iiiili|^|iii|||;iiii?ii|gi||=|i|||^ 



night, At once sprang up the cheering light — At once sprang up the cheering light; Ilim discord heard, him discord heard, and at his word. 

Unison. f.p- fa^ ^t^^- 






lieaotjr awoke, 



woke and spt.ke the God — and spoko the God — Look up, ye sainta, direct your eyes. To him who dwells above the skies- 




iHiiiilgieiili^isSi! 



7 6 7 6 



304 

I) let. pn 1^ pw m Tenor. ^^ Base. 

"'"'''' ' ■" ' Lord the hono 



Give the Lord the honor dne unto 



—Give the Lord the honor dne nnto 



-0- Zu 



-#^- ^ Tenor. 

\sy # ^ ^ 1^ zii^^^ — zfi — zi^^s^z^ x_z' 



^m^^^m 



le, Give the Lord the honor due — Give the Lord the honor dne nnto bis name — Give the Lord, Give the Lord the honor doe nnto his n 



the honor dne onto hia name — Give the Lord the honor. Give the Lord the honor doe nnto his namo. Lw 



Pgggg^i 



;ii^=gE|iE?Ei 



iil^lSi^iiSliSia 



-MzazMz 



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WoRhip the Lord — Worship the Lord with ho --------- ly worship — with holy v 






Worship llie Lord— Worship the Lord 



ly worship — with holy worehip. 



Moderate Chorrm 



Hiiive the Lord tSae honor due unto his name.' 






eofti 



The voice of the Lord is a glorious, a 



glo, - nous voice, 



[CoNTINrED.] oOd 



a glorious voice— 



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The voice of the Lord is a 



rious voice, is a glo 



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rious voice, is a 



irg^^i 



s voice, is a glo 

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' voice — a glo - - . - - rious, giorioi 



e'orious voice, 

"5 '. 



EgEgjgEJ j g^E ^P plJJ 



The Lord sitteth a - bove the water flood ; 
Bate. 



glorious — a glo - - - - rious, a glorious voice. fill. t 



[ n. A. c— 3»J ] 



306 



*Givc the Lord the honor due unto his name.' [Continued.] 



"-^ T he Lord sitteth a - bove the water floods; p f- i- ? ^ r And the Lord remaineth a King for - ev - er — 



-,^vL 







Th^Lord ehall gi 



■"''''" igth unto his people — The Lord shall give strength unto his people: The Lord sliall give his people the blessing of peace — peace — peace — iTalleliijali — Halle- 



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f— 4^4— ^-0-0-^'- 






m^^. 



0-9-&-@-9~9- 



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The Lord shall give strength unto liis people — The Lord shall give strer.gth unto his people: 



^:^^ttt9-t 



g.^*3gsfe.ig^^iliE^ 



i^ig 



Hallelujah— Halle- 



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i 



-^^5^^ 



The Lord shall gi7e strength unto his people — The Lord shall give strength unto his people 



Hallelujah— Ilnllc- 






The Lord shall give strength unto his people — The Lord shall give strength unto his people: The Lord shall give his people the blessing of peace — peace — peace — Hallftluj.ih— Halle- 



l:^:%'^^j^z\z: 



^ Give the liord <he honor due usato his nante. 

Solo 



[CONTINLED.] 



-- S-n*" ^-\ 



rjtiM±i:al-s^-^:^'r: 



307 

AJ Lib. 






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'f^m^mmm^^^=^^^i^^^^ii 



i 



. ^-^4— »— ^ .j_Z[Z_J — J->T^-^H ^-l—^-^X^-j i^^H^ILCJ^XL.i^ t^aJ i — I— L-(-4-l — I ^+1—^-^ ^ I i I I i i r H---^-P-h-' 

\ l^-l^.^^_^_(^X_ ^^__-^ *-L>-^ ^-^_± J J _i^ XI XI ^_, 



tl^nl 



peiice. Hallelujah — Hallelujali— Halle - liijah — Halle - lujah — Hal • - - Ic • lujah — Halle - lujah — Halls - lujai — Hallelujah, Amen — Amen. 



Halleluja i— Hallelujah— Ha lle - lujah— Halle - lujah— Hal 



m^^m 



■ le - lujah — Halle - Iiijah — Halle - lujah — Halle - lujah — Halle - lujah — Hallelujah, Aqien — Amen. 



Hallelujah— Hallelujah— Hal - - - - le - lujah 
A Tempo. Tutti .^_^. H 1 - % - %l %^-l%l I = § 



is^^ii'ii^i^liiiss 



. le - lujah— Halle - lujah— Hallelujah— Hallelujah, Am, 



cr«.//«. -.<*... -m—m- 4 .1 7 — a — w» b' — ^-&4o * — A 7 — ft — as '''' m "•" • •» '^ 7 ^ 

i~z:a:#ig:git:n:::fljg:zzz:izz-z^z^zaziiz=izzz :zzzzzT-z~z^z^zaz*3:irziL::rzgzaziiaiTz:zz^:giargi:zTgi": 
.g r ^-^^-i^_i^_^-^ zizx_, ^_^_^_^_^i^_^_^_^^ . x_ ^:__xZ-i^_'_-'_ i _i _ j — xza_ 



peace. Hallelujah — Hallelujah — Halle - lujah — Halle - lujah — Hal - le - lujah — Halle - lujah — Halle - lujah — Halle - lujah — Hallelujah— Hallelujah Amen — Amen. 



308 

Adagio Maestoso 



^ Sanctiis and Hosanna.' 

Allegretto. 



r> rv Heaven and ear tli are full of thy glory ; ^-— ' 



Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of Sab - a - oth! Heaven and earth are full — are full of thy glory; Glo - ry — Glo - ry be tothse, O Lord— 






6 ^6 



Heaven and earth are full of thy glor 
Andante. 



iliii^^l^l^iSisi^l^liPSl-^^ESii 



m^^Wf^ 



n rn BieuoJ if he who cometh in the name cf the Lord — who cometh in the name of the Lord. 



Glory, Glory be to thee, O Lord. 

Si=i: 



4 6 5 G 7 ^ —»'-»' ^ ^-v^-w w -^ ^Zr^^-T 6 7 - 



^Sanctiis and Ho!i«aniia.' [Continui^d.] 300 

Allegro- 
Ho - Mnna, Ho - sanna. Ho - Banna in the highest— Ho - eanna in the higl.est— in the hiiii - e»t— Ho - sanna in the iiighest— in the 

Ho - saana, Ho • >aona. Ho • aanna in the highest— ia the high ... - est— Ho • sanna in the hi^h - 

Ho - sanna, Ho • sanna. Ho • sanoa in the bighetit — Ho • sanoa in the highest— in the highest — Ho - sanna in the highest — in the 

high - est — Ho - sanna in the highest — in the high .-..--- est Amen. 

: y-zzf -0 — 4- -s>-^ ^-^- -#- 

- - - est — Ho - sanna in the highest — in the h igh - - - - - - est Amen. 

high - est — Ho - sanna in the highest — in the high ..-•-- - c9t Amen. 

zi£=ixz;^izzzzrj^iziz=^^zzij^iz^z=:i=zi:rzzj^i Lzrzzi=:z '-r^ i:^z=zi>i^zzzi^=iziizziziz^zzzzx|z: 

ESE| T-1 =i4=triZi^=±=i!zjzti=3i=*^*i= ^ g _ |iziz:p=zz:^^:z5zi^z| ^z^4 z{zzi:t:=|=t:zz^zfl:t: 



tJ 1 ijJtJ'.dant' 



*The £iord descended firom aboTe.' 



[Ps. 18. Sternhold and Hopkins' Versification.] 



^ 1. The Lord descended from a - bove, And bowed the heavens most high. And nndemeath .is feet he cast The darkness of the ikj. 

Jiiii^liiliigiilfeSiiiiliiSiilSiS 



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6 34 6 66 



U f 2§= ' 



la 



;g? n 



Jlle^rou-^fizzo Forte. 



(llMlilfi^i^iliiS^iJ^ 



-^-^- 



Full roy - ally he rode, And on the wings of mighty winds — On 
On cherubim and seraphim Full roy - ally he rode, 
1 r p T#- On cherubim and seraphim Full roy - ally he rode, And on the 



.^mm 



i roy - ally 



iiiiiil^i^^^llill^li?l"i-^3 



Full roy - ally he 



of mighty winds — On 



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^ The Lord descended from above. ' 



zie-j:?:r«;zi:i 



zt=zp: 



[Continued.] 



311 



wings of mighty winds, 



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Came flying all olirond— 



I flying all abroad — .-ill a - broad 



Came flying all a- 



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tt;:* 



wings of mighty winds. Came flying all a - broad — Came flying all abroad — Came flying all abroad, On cherubim and seraphim. Full royally he 

wings of mighty winds. Came flying all a - broad — Came flying all abroad — Come flying all abroad. On cherubim and seraphim. Full royally he 

wings of mighty winds. Came fly - ing — flying all abroad — Came flying all abroad — all a - broad -•-. ....... and 



broad. And on the wings of mighty winds, Came flying 



rfi 






rode, \\A on the wings of mighty winds. Came flying 



np - on the clouds. Their fn - ry to r 



And he, as 



■\ 2. He sat 

rode. And on the wings of mighty winds. Came flying . all abroad. asdante. ^~-' ^— ^ "ll" ^ — ' "^ — " B 

on thp wings of mighty winds. Came flying 



all abroad. 



312 



'The I^ord descended from above.' [Continued.] 



iiii^lgl^llSi^^i^p^iiigi^ii^iil 



sovereign Lord and King, For - ev - er - more shall reign. 



AUegro. 




On cheruUm and seraphim, On cherubim and seraphim, Full 



Siilll-m&^isilp^^ieii^^ 



al - ly he rode, And en the wings of mighty 



- On wings of mighty winds — 



Came flying all abroad — Came flying all i 



SE^IiliiliE^l^^filgiiliil 



raphim. Foil royal - ly he rode, 



Andonthe wings of mighty winds, Came flying all abroad — Came flying all abroad — Came 



seraphim Fall royal - ly he rode, Andon the wings of mighty winds, Came flying an abroad — Came flying all abroad — Came 



4-X. 



S t » r. 



i^^ijiiii^igiifi^^^iiiiiiiiiEiii^^^i^ 



- of mighty wind*. And on the wing-i of mighty winds. Came fly - ing — flying all abroad — Came flying all » - 



'The Lord de^t'C^adcd from a5>ovc.' [Continued.] 



- - broad — all abroad — On cherubim and seraphim Fall roy - - - - - - ally he rode, And on tho wings of mighty winds, Came flying all abroad. 



flying all abroad— 



On cherubim and seraphim Full royally he rode. And on the wings of mighty winds. Came flying all abroad. 



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flying all abroad— 



On cherubim and scrapliiiit Full ro) ally he rode, Arid on the wings of mighty wir.ds. Came fiying all abroad. 



■ - - broad — all abroad — On cherubim and seraphim Full roy . - - - - ally he rode, and on the wings of mighty wir.ds, Came flying alt abroad. 

... „ , „ , SHERWOOD. L.. M. or I,. M. 6 Hwes. From Geminiani. 



'I he I.ord my pasture shall prepare, And feed me with a ghef herd's care ; 
His presence shall my wants supply, And guard me with a wtchful eye: 



My noon-day walks ho shall attend, And all my midnight hours defend. 






O 1. 4 ANDANTE. 

tnp- Play «ij»l 



Subject from an 'Agues Dei,* by Klozart. 



Oh how loTely is Zion.' [Motette.j 



Oh how lovely — how lovely is Zion — Oh - 



I 

ZioDj city 



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lovely— 



Oh how lovely — how lovely is Zio 



Oh how lovely — how love'y is Zion — Zion, city of ouf 



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Oh how love - ly — Oh how loi 

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- how lovely — how lovely is Zion — 

zszzztfiizzzz-xdznzzi 



Oh how lovely, how lovely is Zion,'— LLi- Zion, city of out 

I % -J 6 r a e /. 6 - fa7 % I 



mm^^m^s^^w^wiimmmmmim^^^m 



Oh how love - ly— 



Oh how lovely — how lovely is Zio 



Oh how lovely, how lovely is Zion — Zion, city 



=*:it 



God. 



iii^E^i^igiiiiiiiiii^iE^iiiiiiisiliiii-^ 



jnd peace dwell ia thee. 



P 



ili^l^ii^piglpplpiliilpliiliPliP 



God. 



ind peace dwell in thee, 



God. Joy and peace— joy and peace— joy - and peaoe dwell in tliee. Oh how lovely, lovely is 

,. _^ ,. i ill ». 55 8 S5 "/. I i i-- 



joy and peace dwell 11 



' e>h how lovely is Zion.' 



[COiNTINUKD.l 



315 









loTely is Zion- 



Oh how lovely — how lovely 



1_2^ X^ KT. «,i_^_^_i.^ C ^^—^T ^-9 -L J- 1 ^--^-W—W ■'■ 

peace dwell - - - b thee - - . - Oh how lovely is Zion — 



ZioQ- 






Zion — lovely is Zion- 






lovely is Zion— 



lovely is Zio 



H^l^iiii^l^liliiii 



Oh how lovely— 

sip §5S : 



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t==t= 



Joy and peac«, Joy and peace ever dwell in thee— Joy and peace— Joy and peace ever dwell in thee — dwell in thee — dwellin thee — dwell in thee. 



Joy and peace, Joy and peace ever dwell in th« 



zf£*:^ 

Joy and p« 



and peace — Joy and peace ever dwell in thee — dwell in thee — dwell in thee — dwell in thee. 



J Joy and peace,Joy and peace ever dwell in iheel fpl I Jov and peace- i_hJ Joy and peace ever dwell in the e r I ! uwell in tlieel i ' I LJ , „. I K""P,' [ , "'i'T ~3l 
m J r y J , I . *- 1- I I I p^' J r Lj_j_j i.r h I dwell in thee, dwell in thee. 

N Jov and peace, Joy and peace ever iKvcll ill thee — Orgm. Joy and peace ever dwell in thee — dwell in thee — d««ll in thee, dwell in thee. 



L O Maestoso. 



'Lift np yoHi* heaib, eternal gates.'* 




s-z^f^-»f»^-a-&-&-&-(9-9-^& \oJ0- 



Charch Psalmody, Ps. 24, 5th pt. 

inr-r//- 



ISHSS 



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^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ \ ^- 



Jf- 



iS^^SI^SBa^ 



nal gates, Lift up your heads, e - ter - nal gates, Unfold, Unfold, to entertain The King of i 



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his celestial train, he comes, he comes With his celestial train, he comes, he comes- • With his celestial train. 



* Transposed, and slighily altered from previous editions. 



'Lift u|) 5 our heads, eternal spates.' 'Jontj:;uec 







y The Lord, The Lord, for strength renowned ; 



^^m^0mm 



The Lord, The Lord, forstren£;lh renowned; In baitlo 






The Lord, The Lord, for strength renowned; 



^^^^g^g^^^^te^^l^iSBsiii 



Who IS this King of glory ? Who is this King of glory 



The Lord, The Lord, for strength renowned ; 




mighty. In battle mighty, o'er his foes Eternal 



^. 



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318 



'liift up your heads, eternal g'ales.' [Continued.] 



m^ ^ ^^^^ ^^'^ ^ '^ w^ ^ M^is^^^^^ 




Lift up your heads, eternai ^ates.' [Continued.] 




^Sii^pHii 



Who ? The Lord of hosts renowned, The Lord of hosts renowned : Of glory 




A. Who is this King of glory? Who is this King of glory? ^ The Lord of hosts renowned, The Lord of hosts renowned • Of glory 

1 I I 

he alone, he alone is King of glory, he aloi^c is King, Who is with glory crowned, crowned, Who is with glory crowned, who is with glory crowned. 




320 FLOREXCE. C. M. [Double.] Michael llaydo. 

l,ctol. My Shepherd will supply my need, Je - hovah is his 



Largo. 



In partnres fresh he makes me feed, Beside the living stream. 2. He brings mv wander- 



'zrS=i=Es=:?=:t:»tt:it=i=5g3:f:*=£z?=£3z^=t:zz±crEriEEl£r£riz::?:l 

3. p AVhen 1 walk through the shades of death, — Thy presence is my stay ; One word of thy snpporting breath ""/Drives all my fears away. 4. — The sere provkioos 



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|g ^JE| ig^|Ea3;ge;g;3^^^ggi=pJ^^^^ 



zhifz 



- ing spirit back When I forsake his ways, And leads me, for bis mercy's sake. In paths of troth and grace — In paths of troth and grace. 




^Zfc 






'ork be praise. 



of my God Attend m« all my days ; <Oh may thy honse be mine abode, ^And all my work be praise — And all my work be praise. 



t-i r— 1 ! f^g— 4— g-T-g-g-i^--|^+^-a^-^-r-F -| — '- g-ar+^ 



ejt - G 4 



S I 



•The eyes of all wail upon Ihee, O Lord.' [Thanksgivix^g Anthem.j 



321 






EgiggEl EJE^gEgElEg^PP 



i^=:^= 




t^.i.^_^. 






l^iij^z 



hand, and fillcst all things living with plenteousncss — Thou open - est thy hand — 



thy hanc 



tby hand, and fillest all things living with plenteoii 



1:?^ 



ii 



^^'^' 



i;Bilii;glili;ipliigi?iii 



thy hand — Thou open - est thy 






thy hand and filleit all things IW 

6 *5^ 6 - - - 



Mth plenteoiisness — 



_j i..^ — ^— I — 

Thou opca - est thy hand, and fiUest all things living with plentcoiuncs*— 



thy hand — Thou open - est thj 

U %%_ 

Thoo oprn - est thy hand— 



Thou open - est 



322 



'Thou openest thy hand.' [Anthem coNTimrED.J 



hings liv - ing — and fillest all things liv - ing with plenteousne^s — with plenteousn^'-.s. 



And fiilest all things 




things liv - ing with pl( 



with plenteousiit^^s 



hingi liv - ing with plenteousness — with plenteousness. 



hand and iillest all things 



• and fillest all things 






CHORUS. Larghetto. 



all — all things liv - ing with plenteouspess 

'Thou Visitcst the earlh.' * [Anthem continued.] 



ivith plenteousness. 



1*3 



Thou visiiest the earth and blessest it, Thou crownest the year — with thy goodness — Thou crownest the 

Thou visitest the earth and blessest it, Thou crownest the year— the year with thy goodness— Thou erown ■ - est the 



Thou visitest the earth and blessest it, and Dlescesl it, Thou crown - - est the year with thy goodness — Thou crownest the year— the 



^TllOU visitest the earth. [Anthem continued.] 



323 






year with thy goodness, Thyu vis - it - est tlie earth — Thou visit - est the earth, and blessest it, Thou 



year with thy goodrn 



the ■ earth, and b!es 



Thou crown - est the year 



w^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



and blessest it 



Tliou crownest the year — the 



year with thy goodness- 
7 45 \^ no *^ -u- ^. ^ a J, 



year with thy goodness— 



Thou visit 



rth and blessest 



Thou crownest the year — the 



crownest the year — Thou crownest the year with thy goodness — goodness. 




vear with thy gooaness — xnou z:z-rz. est the year with thy goodness — goodness.i -J- 



324 

CHORUS. Allegro. 



' %^'e Will rejoice in the I^ord.' * [Anthem continued.] 






-^^-\ 



IHi^ 



::fc 



1 



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I 



\:.-pi--^-^^fi\ 



.EE?EtE?E£: 



=t=:rz?=: 



name — his 



pipjiiiipgiiillilgg^iilillii^li^ 

y We will rejoice — we will re - joice - - - in the Lor d — ^^^^^^^^^^^ And glori 

■ We will rejoice — we will re - joice - - - - in the Lord — 

iiiiiiifeiii;i^ipgi^igii=i 

^ We will rejoice — we will re • ' joice - • - - in ilie Lord— And glori - fy his name 
/-9-^r \ T ^ — ^-T ZL — ^T :: — ^^-t t- t— ■-— t t -^-ar-a 



d glorify his name — 

E=dzH=faif?=^z?_t-=?zf 
3-t— ^ — :3_i-_l^ — ^ — k^_t 

And glorify his 
J . 6 



And glorify his 

]z?zzzfzzz?ZT=fzz=zi:z:T§^z=zz:^zsz^i 

^EE?^^E^H=E=feES'£^z^-ze 

And glori - fy his name - • - glo - - rify his 



name — We will rejoice — will rejoice in the Lord — And glorify his name — And glorify his name forevermore. 



And glorify his name — will re • joice 



the Lord — 



And glorify his 



And glorify his name 



I^EJZJllzi 



name — we will rejoice — Will rejoice in the Lord — ^ZJZ ^'^^ glorify his name — And glorify his name - - forevermore. 



^Sl 



-rU-U- 



~o-m~^j-» ^^ 



iillliiil^liil^iiiil^^iliiiliiiifiil 

name — we will rejoice — will rejoice in the Lord — And glorify his name — And glorify his name forevern 



* The subject of this Chorus from Haydn. 



' Wc will rcjoict* m the liOrd.' [Anthem continued.] 



gii?ii^i^lliigi!gi^l^ 



325 



And glo - rify his 



T-y^-j-T*-'-- ^-4-''T-t:^F-f-P fF-Ei^i:ih-f-P— ^f' — f f-'-i^-ji — ; 



We will rejoice — 



in the Lord — • 



And glorify his 






And glori - fy his 



^ glo - rify his name — glo - - rify his name forevermore. * * ^- ^ 




We will rejoice — we will re - joice 



And glorify his name forevermore. I T 1 * I J \ ^ ,U*~ I 



name— his name— 



glo - rify his name for«vermor«. 



326 



• Wc irill rejoice in the Lord. ' [Anthem continued.] 
=ii!«=4:*zz=p=q::fz:l?z4i?f 



JE^EgiE^lE ^i gggl^ 



the Lord, And 



^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



We will re- joice— 



And glorify his name — 



And glority his name — will n 



ii^ii?lifiE3:fiiiii 



::^i 



ii^i^glPiil^ifli^l 



E^EEfEEfE* 



We will re - joice — rejoice ii 



And glorify his 



And glorify his name — 



Si?i 



we will ] 



We will re - joice — re - joice in the Lord, And glo - - ri - - ly his name — We will re - 



/ 3 



illiii^-ili^ilJ^iiiiliiigi^iliEiiiiiiii^ 



joice — will rejoice — will rejoice in the Lord, 



^HI 



^^^^^^^^ m^m m^m^^^^m^:^^ ^^ ^^ 



rejoice in the Lord, 



p»Sa(T-^-•-»-^ » — 



joice — wJ21 rejoice — will rejoice in the Lord and glorify his Lord - A - - ■ men — A • - men. 9 



joice — Will re - joice — wiU rr ■ ioice m ihp Lori, /ina Lord • A - men — A men. -|p~ L O 



, SlirS 



Maestoso. 



(Holy! Lord God of iSabaoth.' 



[Sentence.] o!5b # 

Holy ! Holy ! Holy ! Lord God of Sabaoth ! Heaven and earth are full of ihe majesty of thy glory : — Heaven and earth are full of the 

" " 6 74r0 Unison. 






r.-^::^ 



*Z^»v, 



^ /?N Ts / ^ /> SLOW. /^ 

Glory be to thee — Glory be to thee — Glory be to thee — to ihee, Lord, most high. 



majesty of thy great glory— 



'^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^m^ 



»^^-: 



thee — 
/3 3 



Glory be I 



thee — Glory be to thee — to thee, Lord most high. 

3333 3 2'^6 eS 



^^^^^^i^m^mm^^^^^^^^^ 



Glorj' be to thee — to 



' thee, Lord, most high. 



328 



MBLZAR. 8s & 7a. 



Arranged from <Der Engel des Herrn,' by Neakomm. 





LAROO. SOLO. 



'Oh how lovely is Zion.'* [Sentencp.] 




Oh how lovely, how love.y is Zion, Zion, ci - ty of our God j Oh how lovely, how lovely 



V Oh how 
j-A — \j — rY-—-T — R- 


lovely, how lovely is 

T 1 — ' — h n 


Zion, Zi - on, ci • ty o 

I 1 1 1 ^ ^ T»l 1 


four God; 


Oh how 


lovely, how lovely is 


Zion, 


Zio 
--I- — ] — 


, ^- ty 


ife^ t>X J » J 


&rrh^ 


PiU-fifi 1 irrrif 


iH-^ 


■j^-r 


t^rrif^ -T^ 


t^r 


-p\d-i 


¥\^f\ 


r^ ^ ^ 


' «' * J-' •^ 

















Oh how lovely, how lovely is Zion, 




Oh how lovely, how lovely is Zioi 



Zion, ci - ty of our God ; Oh - 



how lovely is Zion, 



*^ f'ttv nf n'lir find • HVi hniw Involv O hnu; Ini/piv is Zinn. riiv of our fiod • shall dwell in thee. Jov and neace shall dwell in 



city of our God ; Oh how lovely] 



how lovely is Zion, city of our God; 



shall dwell in thee, Joy and peace shall dwell ii 



ty of our God; Oh how lovely, how lovely is Zion, Zi - on, ci - ty, city of our God ; Joy and peace shall dwell in thee, Joy and peace shall dwell ii 




"city of our God; O how lovely, "city of our God; shall dweiTui thee, Joy and peace .shall dwell ii 

[b. AC. — 42] • This piece is taken from " Occasional P-alm and Hymn Tunev," by permission of the proprietor of that work. 



33^ 



'Oh how lovely is Zion.' [Continued.] 




- ty of our God ; Joy and peace shall dwell in thee, Joy and 



Oh how lovely, lovely is Zion, Zi - on, ci - ty o{ our God; Joy and peace shall dwell in thee, Joy and ' 




'Oh how lo wly i s Zioil.' [Continued.] 



shall dwell, shall dwell in thee, shall dwell, shall dwell in thee. 



shall dwell, shall dwell in thee, shall dwell, shall dwell in thee, dwell in thee, dwell in the. 




peace shall dwell in iliee, shall dwell, shall dwell 



dwell in thee. 



332 



'O praise ye llie I.ord.' [Ps. 149] 



Subject from Mozart. 



1. I t O praise ye llie Lord! prepare jour glad voice, His praise in the great assembly losing; In their great Creator let all men rejoice. And heirs of salvation be glad in their King. 

13. With glory adorned, his people shall sing To God, who defence anil plenty supplies: Their loud acclamations to j him, their great King, ihro' earth shall be sounded, and S reach to the skies 
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1 2. Let them his great name devoutly adore; In loud swelling strains his praisrs express. Who graciously opens his bountiful store. Their wants to relieve, and > i 5'^'^''"' 
• „ ns hia children to bless. J weny. 



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ALLEGRO. 



liift up your stately heads, ye doors.' 



[Psalm.] 



333 



SOLO. Treble or Tenor. 



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doors, With has - ty rere - fence rise. Ye ev - er - last - ing doors that guard The pas - sage to the skies.( 



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way. And throw your bla - xing por - tals wide And buret the gates of day. (Chorut.) 






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:s Along the eternal road— For see the King— the King of glory ci 



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334 

Allegro. 



* Great is the Lord.' [Hymn.] 



Great is the Lord! Great is the Lord! his acts of might— his acts of might Are told by heaven, and earth ,and main.Are told by heaven, and earth, and main, Are told by henven, ) His praise 

and earth, and main ; 5 

Great is the Lord ! Great is the Lord! his acts of might— his acts of might Are told by heaven, and earth ,nnd main. Are told by heaven, and earth, and main. Are told by heaven, ) His praise 

and earth, and main ; ) 

, Great is the Lord! Great is the Lord! his acts of might — his acts of might Are told by heaven, and earth, and main. Are told by heaven, and earth, and mam, - - • His praise shall 

Great is the Lord! Great is the Lord; his acts of might — his acts of might — his acts of might Are told by heaven.and eardi, by heaven and earth, and main, - - - His praise 

shall sound from star - ry night — His praise shall sound from star- ry night, The sun, and all his glorious train — The sun, and all - - - - his glorioiu train — 

shall sound from star - rv night, shall sound fror^i starry night, shP.l sound from starry night. The sun, and all his glorious train — The sun, and all - his glorious train, aB 
1 sound from star - ry night, shall sound fr ;m a»am' — eSsx - ry night. The sun, and all his glorious train — The sun, and all ... - bis glorious train, all 



His praise shall sound from starry n 



The sun, and all 



his glo 



* Great is llic Lord. ' [conttnued.j 
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Great is the Lord! — Gre 



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- - - his glorioM train — all - his glorious train. Great is tin Lord!— Great is the Lord! 

- - his glorlaos train — all - his glorious train. Great is the Lord — Great is the Lord! 



Great is the Lord ! his acts of might 
Are told by heaven, and earth, and main ; 
His praise shall sound from morning bright 
From spring, and all her flowery train 
Great is the. Lord, (Sec. 



Great is the Lord ! his acts of might 
Are told by heaven, and earth, and main ; 
His praise shall sound from insects flight, 
From man, and all the angel train, 
Great is the Lord, &c. 



Great is the Lord! — Great is the Lord! 

GLORIA IN EXCELSIS. [CBiant.] 






Glory be to God — to God on high; and 



earth peace — peace — Good will to 



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GLORIA IN EXCEL.SIS. „ [continued.] 



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O Lord, the only begotten Son Jesus Christ ; Lord God Lamb 



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God the Father, have mercy up - on us, For thou on - ly art ho - ly, Thou on - ly art the Lord. ' Thou on - ly, 6 




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'Praise ye the Lord.' [Anthem.] Arranged from »>eisolesi. 9^*3 4 

Largo Maettoao. iC> c\ ^ ZZT"^ '^ '^ Allegro. 

«\ /?N /r /TV Cry out and shout 

Praise ye the Lori>— Praise ye the Lokd— Glo - ri - fy his name for cv • ermore. Cry out and shout - - ■ ... 

Praise ye the Lord — Praise ye the Lord — Glo - ri - l"y his name for ev - ermore. C ry out and shout. in - 

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- - • - cry out and shout .--.-.- Oin- habitant of 

- - . - - cry out and shout — cry out and shout, in - habitant of Zi - - - on — - in - habitant of Zi - on — of 

t - habitant of Zi - on— Cry out and shout - - - - - - - - O in habitant of Zi - on— of 

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habitant of Zi - on, Cry cm and shout — Cry ou*. and shout, O in - habitant of Zi - en— O in - habitant of 

[B. A. r._43^ 



338 



' Praise ye the liord.' [continued.] 




IS the holy one of Israel— gie^t in the 



I - habitant of Zi - on, great is the holy one of Israel — great is the ho'y one of Israel— greai ii 



shout, in - habitant of Zi - on, 



habitant of Zi - on, 



s the holy one of Israel— great is the holy one of Israel— 



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; the holy on? of Israel— 



* Praise ye tSie Lord.' [Continued.] 



339 




O Lord of hosts, my King, my God, How highly blest are they, Who in thy temple always dwell, And there thy grace display ! And there thy grace display. 




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340 

Larghetto Maestoso. 



^Assign to JehoYali.' [Psalm 29.] 



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I *^ Assign to Jehovah ye mighty, assign; Resistless domiaion and glory divine : All worship ascribe to Je - novah — his name In the 

Assign to Jehovah ye mighty, assign, Resistless dominion and glory divine : 



rship ascribe to Je • hovah — his 



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beauty of holiness join to proclaim, In the beauty of holines join to proclaim. The voice of Jehovah makes known his abode, He thuncler> and 



The voice of Jehovah makes known his abode. He thunders and 
beauty of holiness join to proclaim. In the beauty of holiness join to proclaim. The voice of Jehovah makes known his abode. He thunders in glory and 



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e of Jeliovah makes known his abode. He thun lers and 



^ Ai^si^ia to Jehovah.' [continued.] 341 

'■des on the cloud. The voice of Jehovah is uttered with might, It roars in the blackness of gathering night-It roars in the blackncs of gathering night. 



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rides on die cloud. 



: of Jehovah is uttered with might, It re 



n the blackneag of gathering night-It re 



in the blackness of gathering ni|ht. 



w rides on the cloud. ^jj^ ' The voice of Jehovah is uttered with might, It roars in the blackness of gathering night-It roars in the blacknessof gathering night, 

rides on the cloud. The voice ofJehovah is uttered witUmight, It roars in theTlacknessof gathering night-It roars in the blackness of gathering night. 

2. The voice of Jehovah the tall cedar breaks, At the voice of Jehovah all Lebanon shakes , It 



rSZ J ^ __ 2. The voice of Jehovah the tall cedar breaks, At the voice of Jehovah all Lebanon shakes; It 



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-|^-2. The voice of Jehovah the tall cedar breaks, At the voice of Jehovah all Lebanon shakes ; 



342 



'Assign to JehoTah.' [coktinued.] 



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rends the hard rock, it the forest lays bare, While all in his temple his glory deckre-in his temple his glory declare 



Jehovah his throne shall 









?nds the hard roek, it the forest lays bear, While all in his temple bis glory declare-in his temple his glory declare 






Jehovah his throne shall maintain, Jc- 



rends the hard rock, it the forest lays bare. While all in his temple his glory declare-Whiie all in his temple his glory declare : Jehovah his throne in the heaven shall maintan, Js- 

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ends the hard rock, it the forest lay bear, While all in his temple his glory declare-in his temple his glory declare : Jehovah his throne in the heavens shall maintain, Je- 

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lovah forever and ever shall reign, Jehovah with might shall his people increase-Jehovah shall bless his own people with peace- Jehovah shall bless his own people with peace. 

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ovah forever and ever shall reign, Jehovah with might shall his people increase-Jehovah shall bless his own people with peace-Jehovah shall bless his own people with peace, 
hovali forever andcTer shall reJgn. L— i ^-^^^ Jehovah with might shall liLi people increase-Jehovah shall bless his own people with peace-Jchovah shall bless his own people with peac«. 

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hovih forever and ever shall r< 



Jehovaii with might shall his people increase-Jehovah shall bless his own people with peace-Jehovah sliall bless his own people wiili peace. 



ALLEGRETTO. 



'Sons aa»d dasii^eitcr^ or (Sic FslgrEais.' lTemperaxll 



343 

Still within the land is found— 

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\\. Sons and daughters of the PUgrims.Who of noble birth ) Lo! the glorious cause oftcmperancc.For exertion calls aloudiWhile the monster, Still ) While the monster Still wiu.in tl>e 
are proud; \ within tne land is found- j 

Still within the land is found— 
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ble birth are proud ; 



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344 



*SoiBs and daug^hfers of the Pilgrims.' [Continued.] 

~\ LAROHETTO n f / s / 



,„.,iic«lonH^nlU.lnnH_..iU.lnMfl.2?5e!'l»e loathsome drunkard reeling; Hark! the cries of weeping 



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Whcn will all thy miseries end ! 3. thou great and mighty Saviour, Haste thee on the glorious day. When the powerful arch deceiver, Shall no more his wrath display. 

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*!$ons and daiig^htcrti orihe Pilgrims.' [Continued.] 



345 

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Then our cause — our cause Will gain the universal sway-Then our cause-our cause Will gain llie universal sway — our cause— _ our caus e — our cause Wili gain the universal sway — our 



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346 

UODERiTO. 



' ITliy will ye waste on trifling; cares. ' 



1. Why will ye waste on trifling cares That life which God's compassion spares? While, in the various range of thought, The one thing needful is fore.>t ? 
1 2. Shall God invite you from above? Shall Jesus urge his djing love ? Shall troubled conscience give you pain ? And all these pleas unite in vain? 



LAROHETTO. 






'^. Not so your eyes will always view Those objects which yoi 



■ pursue : Not so will hejiven and hell appear, When death's decisive hour 



333 









'ItVhy will ye iva<«fe on trillings cares.' [Continued.] 



347 



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348 



Allegro. Moderalo. 



'IVIake a joyAil noise unto the Lord.' 



[Anthem in chanting style.] 



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Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all the earth : Make a loud 
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;, and rejoice, and sing praise. Sing u 



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With the harp and the voice of a psali 



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With the harp and the voice of a psalm. With trumpet, with trumpet, and sound of 



Make a joyful noise before the Lord the King. 



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' iTl»kc a joy ful n oise unto the Lord. 



[CoNTINUKD.j 04cf 

The world - - and they that dwell therein. Let the floods clap their hands : 

the sea roar, and the fulness thereof; The world — the world and they that dwell therein. Let the floods clap their hands ; Let the hills be 

*^ The world and they that dwell therein. Let the floods clap their hands ; 

The world ana they that dwell therein. Let the floods clap their hands ; 



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joyful before the Lord — before the Lord : For he cometh to judge the earth — With right( 



shall he judge the world, and the people with equity. Amen. 






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THE LORD'S PRAYER. (Cham.J 



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Our Father who 






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be thy name : thy kingdom c 
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daily bread : and for • 



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forgive them that trespass 



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And lead us not into temptation, but de - liver us from evil; for thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory : 



and ev • 



Amen. 



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VENITE, EXULTEx\IUS DOMINO. 



351 




9.^ For he cometh — for he 



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352 



JUBILATE DEO. [So. 1.] 




3. Be je snre that the Lord - - - be is God; It is he that hath made us & not we onrBeWes, we are hie people & the sheep of hia pastnre. 8 

4. For the Lord is gracious, his mercy is ev - er - lasting; And his truth en- --------_. -dureth to aFl gene- - ' 

Ls in the beginning, is now and ever ehall be; World withcnt .......... end, A- -meti — A- 

JUBILATE DEO. [No. 2.] 



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1. Blemed be the Lord 

8. A« he spake by the month of hia 

6. Glofy be to the Father, p.nd 



3 in the beginning, is now, and 



people; 2. 
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Ghost; 6. 




BEJVEDICTUS. [JTo. 2.] 




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CANT ATE DOMING. [No, 1.] 



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%. The Lord declared - - - - - - 

6. Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord, - - - 

7. With trumpets -------- 

9. Let the floods clap their handsjand let the hills be joyful together 

11. Glory be to the Father, and . - - - - 



lands; 
Lord; 



For he hath - - - 
His righteousneas hath he openl; 
Sing, re- - - - 
O show yourselves joyful be- 
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showed b the 


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joicc and give 


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judge the 


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things. 2. 
heathen. 4. 
thanks. 6. 
King. 8. 
earth. 10. 
Ghost 12. 



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4 He hath remembered his mercy and truth toward the house of 

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8. Let the sea make a noise, and all that - 
10. With righteousness shall he - - 
12. Ab it was in the beginning, is now, and - 



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judge the 
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Israel 
harp; 



Hath he gotten him - 



Sing to the harp witti a - 
The round world, and 
world; And the - - - - 
WorlJv without 

CANTATE DOMINO. [No. 2.] 



psalm of 
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And I will rejoice in giving praise for the oper- 

World without 



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BENEDIC ANIMA MEA. [No. 1.] 

i Tltird Unt» may be tung in Uniion with the Treble. 



357 




GENERAL INDEX. 



ACLIN 382 

Acton 181 

Admaii 51 

AduUum 202 

Agnon 171 

Aithlone 175 

Albany 12o 

Alfreton 67 

Alps 228 

Alsen 201 

America ^ 

Amsterdam 225 

Anfield 198 

Anpleton 40 

At 194 

Anrfi 57 

Archdale 91 

Ariel 172 

Arlington 114 

Asmenia 125 

4^iaiiieim 39 

Acujxdel . . , 126 

Asbury 137 

Aslian 149 

AsUfieW 59 

Atlantic 30 

Austin 110 

Aylesbury 145 

Balerma 85 

Bancroft 127 

Bangor 101 

i;ieDair!xam 197 

Befvilfe 166 

Berwick 106 

Bel lel ^ 177 

Be* lesda 187 

Be'iilehem ^28 

Bev.arly 157 

fleik 188 



Blackburn 90 

Bladenburgh .... 156 

BlakeLy 100 

Blendon 39 

Bolton 97 

Bowen 47 

Boylston 151 

Boxford 157 

Brattle Street 78 

Brentford 62 

Brest 217 

Brewer 35 

Brighton 163 

Broomfield 240 

Broomsgrove 88 

Burfbrd 107 

Burlington 248 

Cabot 73 

Caldwell 237 

Calmar 139 

Cambridge 86 

Canton 77 

Carmel 44 

Carter 232 

Cedron 144 

Cephas 41 

Cesarea 207 

Chad wick 76 

Chapel Street... 52 

Chesterfield 115 

Christmas 81 

Clapton 139 

Claremont 190 

Clarence 223 

Clarendon 86 

Clavel 89 

Clifford 84 

Clinton 08 

Clyde 42 



Colchester 124 

Colford 135 

Compton 154 

Conway 121 

Cora 197 

Coronation 128 

Costellow 27 

Coventry 108 

Cranston 45 

Craven 339 

Cyprus 53 

Dallas 194 

Dalston 178 

Dalton 70 

Dane 207 

Danvers 26 

Darwell 187 

Dedham 129 

Denmark 260 

.Devizes, 



Dim 



. 140 



Dorchestei 

Dort 

Douglass, 

Dover 154 



Dow: 



. 131 



Duke Street 03 

Dumah 66 

Dunbar 161 

Dundee 94 

Dunstan 46 

Duren 244 



Edinburgh 127 

Edygeld 195 I 

Effingham 46 i 



Eglon 284 

Elgin 118 

Ellenthorpe 34 

Elton 144 

Euphrates 61 

Eustis 98 

Fairfield 159 

Farnsworth 74 

Federal Street... 275 

Fernandina 236 

Ferry 109 

Field 119 

Florence 320 

Folsom 241 

Forbes 156 

Foster 173 

Froome 159 

Gebab 155 

Germany 68 

Golan 54 

Golden Hill 153 

Grafton 105 

Granby 198 

Greece 213 

Greenfteld 92 

Greenville 209 

Habor 104 

Haddam 189 

Halam 206 

Hamburg 75 

Hanover 70 

Harwich, No. 1 . . 185 

Harwich, No. 2.. 185 

Havanna 80 

Haverhill 137 

Hiivre 234 

Ifey wood 1S9 



, 101 



Heath 97 

Heber 99 

Hebron 69 

Helam 71 

Helmsley 219 

Henry 116 

Hereford 204 

Hezron 149 

Hingham 48 

Hiram... 131 

Holley 255 

Hollis 65 

Hotham 193 

Howard 122 

Huddersfield .... 132 

Hudson 160 

ICONIUM 150 

Inverness 152 

Ipswich 27 

Irish 96 

Israel 279 

Italian Hymn.... 220 

Jahaz 103 

Jordan 130 

Jubal 82 

Judah 122 

Kadbsh 148 

Kambia 162 

Kendall 81 

Kew 174 

Kimball 203 

Kir... 202 

Korah 65 

Laba.n.S. M. ... 145 
Laban,L. M 281 



Labna 

Lanesboro' 

Lathrop 

Lebanon 

Leyden 


95 
107 
135 
105 

132 

158 
ilO 

146 
77 
94 
38 

110 

S36 

66 
60 
80 
178 
186 
30 
113 
113 
109 
196 
117 
43 
112 
104 
74 
49 
328 
112 
58 
. 102 
55 
219 
. 75 
169 


Missionary Hym 
Moab.......... 

Nazareth 

Nebo 

Newbury 

Newcourt 

Newton 

Nichols 


n 288 
. 181 


Linstead 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Little Marlboro' 

Liverpool 

London 

Lowell 

Lutzen 

Luz 


. (3« 
. 134 
.180 
. ITO 

. 87 


Lyons 


. M6 


Nimrim 


. 231 


Mamre 


Northampton . . 

Northfield 

Norwich 

Nottaway 

Nottingham . . . 
Nuremburg . . . 

Old Hvndbed 
Oliphant 


. 230 


Manasseh 

Manchester.... 

Mandell 

Marah 


. 2ai 

. 19* 
. 38 

. as. 


Marion 

Marlow (Major) 
Marlow (Minor) 
Martyrs 


. 26.. 

. i> 

. 13« 


Mear 


Olney 

Osborne 

Pabdikgton . . 
Paran 


, 152 




. 235 


Medfield 

Medford 

Media 


. 133 

. 61 


Medway 

Melzar.. 




. 252 


Park Street. . . . 

Patmos 

Pelbam 


, 31 


Memphis 

Mendon 

Meriden 

Merom 

Messina 

Middleton 

Midian 


. 88 
. 148 


PeHtonville 


. 13a 

. 205 


Peterborough.. 

Peters 

Pharez 


. in 

.. 179 



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